McLaren MSO Adds Tri-Tone 720S Spider to Its Lineup

Over 260 hours of paint labor alone
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Image via: McLaren MSO

McLaren's MSO division (McLaren Special Operations) has debuted a beautifully crafted tri-tone 720S Spider at the Geneva Motor Show.

While the body of the car is a Meteorite Grey, the custom Coriolis tri-tone color scheme was achieved with over 260 hours of labor and highlights each aero accent with three different MSO metallic paints: Cerulean Blue, Burton Blue and Abyss Black.

MSO chief designer Darryl Scriven told Carscoops, "Aerodynamic innovation is such an integral part of the 720S Spider that using this new paint design to highlight areas that work hard to manage how air flows over the car – literally how the car ‘breathes’ – was the natural approach to take. This is a car that truly merges artistry with the science of aerodynamics."

MSO Bespoke branding can be found throughout the interior along with Burton Blue Alcantara trim and Jet Black leather. Underneath the hood a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 puts out 710hp and 568 lb-ft of torque. With all that power, a top speed of 202 mph with the roof down and 212 mph with the roof up is achievable. And 0-60 is done in 2.8 seconds.

Head over to mclaren.com to learn more.