McLaren Special Operations' latest 720S project shows off their exceptional paintwork skills

It took over 260 hours to complete just the tri-tone elements.
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McLaren 720S by MSO

McLaren's engineering definitely deserves all the acclaim, but we also think the paint team deserves equally as much credit. Take a look at MSO's latest 720S project and you'll agree because none of their rivals are doing this level of paintwork in-house. The aerodynamic elements such as the front splitter, hood air intakes, front air intakes feature a tri-tone paint finish that they call Coriolis. The paint mixes three MSO shades: Cerulean Blue, Burton Blue, and Abyss Black. These elements perfectly complement the rest of the exterior, which is finished in MSO's latest color, Meteorite Grey.

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