To commemorate McLaren's 60th year in business and its racing successes at events like the Monaco Grand Prix, Le Mans 24 Hours, and the Indianapolis 500, the automaker has released a unique vehicle, the McLaren 750S. Drivers Pato O'Ward and Derek Bell debuted it during a California racing event.
The special '3-7-59' paint job on the vehicle is a nod to significant dates in McLaren's racing history.
The painting on this limited edition McLaren 750S took professionals from McLaren Special Operations more than 1,200 hours to finish. The hues are reminiscent of historic McLaren racing cars, and even the key fobs for the automobile feature similar artwork.
The seats are embroidered with the Triple Crown insignia, and the pedals feature original artwork. Michael Leithers, CEO of McLaren Automotive, called this "one of the most challenging projects ever undertaken by MSO," and it was a great opportunity to display McLaren's skill in paint and design on a high-end supercar.