McLaren 750S 3-7-59 Theme by MSO 2024 - AZH-CARS

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McLaren 750S 3-7-59 Theme by MSO 2024

McLaren Automotive has unveiled its most ambitious and intricate bespoke design to date, the 3-7-59 Theme. Crafted by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) paint technicians, this remarkable theme was showcased on a special McLaren 750S supercar, revealed by McLaren F1 driver Lando Norris, McLaren IndyCar driver Pato O'Ward, and former McLaren F1 driver Derek Bell. The unveiling took place at the Velocity International luxury motorsports festival at Sonoma Raceway, USA, as part of McLaren's 60th-anniversary celebrations.This bespoke livery pays homage to McLaren's historic 'Triple Crown' victories at the Indianapolis 500, Monaco Grand Prix, and 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 3-7-59 Theme, named after the race numbers of the winning cars, required over 1200 hours of meticulous painting. Six customer cars, all variations of the 750S coupe or Spider, featuring this theme have already been sold.
McLaren Automotive CEO Michael Leiters expressed pride in the 3-7-59 Theme, emphasizing its role in commemorating McLaren's legacy and setting new standards in the supercar industry. The design showcases over 20 colors, representing the liveries of the three victorious cars, combining them into a visually stunning collage.
The theme narrates the Triple Crown story through detailed exterior elements, including the key fob, front, sides, and rear of the car. The intricate paintwork tells the tales of the 1974 Indy 500, 1984 Monaco Grand Prix, and the 1995 Le Mans victory. Hidden 'easter eggs,' QR codes, and other interactive features add layers of depth and engagement for enthusiasts.

Beyond its captivating exterior, the 3-7-59 Theme features unique interior details. The Triple Crown logo is embroidered into the headrests, debossed into the center armrest, and etched into the graphite Alcantara of the Carbon Fibre Racing Seats. The interior also boasts visual carbon fiber door trim and hand-painted extended carbon fiber shift paddles, paying homage to the McLaren MP4/2.
Experimenting with silver leaf detailing, McLaren introduces exterior elements with a Triple Crown logo, showcasing a dedication to craftsmanship. Special applications, including laser-etched artwork on the pedals and a ceramic-coated finish, elevate the interior even further. Additionally, the car's dedication plaque, located inside the open doors, features genuine red and white McLaren Formula 1 car carbon fiber bodywork, emphasizing McLaren's success in Formula 1 and the Monaco Grand Prix.