The most outrageous McLaren 765LT we’d ever seen was painted completely pink for YouTuber and entrepreneur Jeffree Star up to this moment. However, this particular 765LT, which was commissioned via McLaren Montreal and delivered last year, takes the cake as our favourite 765LT ever built.
In order to create their ideal supercar, the owner of this 765LT took full use of McLaren Special Operations’ customising possibilities. The Dino Green paint on this 765LT is the first thing that draws the eye. It’s a one-of-a-kind hue that looks incredibly stunning and fits the track-focused beast wonderfully.
Because dark green looks well with gold or bronze accents, the 765LT has a lot of them. The rear diffuser, wheels, side skirts, and front splitter are all painted in a stunning hue called Gloss Velocity Bronze by McLaren. The car then has authentic McLaren Motor Racing Team insignia on the rear panels, as well as a monochrome Union Jack on the driver’s side door and a monochrome Canadian flag on the passenger side door. The wing mirrors also have subtle kiwi insignia.
The inside has been meticulously designed to match the outside. The steering wheel, door panels, and instrument cluster shroud, for example, are covered in MSO Bespoke green Alcantara, as are the McLaren Senna-style seats. There are also Satin Velocity Bronze paddle shifters, as well as a matching infotainment screen surround and pinstripe. The rear harness bar, as well as the throttle and brake pedals, are finished in Satin Velocity Bronze, while the brake pedal is finished in Caliper Red. A Bruce McLaren signature embroidered on the door sill with bronze stitching completes the personalised touches.