Due to the 2020 Geneva Motor Show being canceled, car manufacturers around the globe are offloading their new creations online, drowning the internet with eye-catching rides. After just unveiling its 765LT — the fastest, light, and most powerful longtail supercar ever — McLaren is back with some beefy aesthetic upgrades for its GT. Giving the automotive a juicy McLaren Special Operations makeover, the new GT Verdant Theme is about as grand as it gets for visually-forward supercars.
Toting a minacious gradient paint job, the McLaren GT Verdant Theme features a satin tri-color makeover, prompting a gradient look with a sinister attitude. Aptly transfusing Verdant’s definition “of the bright green color of lush grass,” the updated take “revels in a feeling for the verdant landscapes and fresh horizons that the GT has been designed to explore,” McLaren notes. These three colors include Horsell Green, Arbor Green, and Steppe Green, all of which have been specially developed for this GT. Other details include hand-painted Napier Green pinstripes on the body and front splitter, with brake calipers featuring matching Napier Green paint. The exterior has been finished with the MSO Black Pack that darkens the wheels, upper window surround, and exhaust tips.
On the interior, MSO hasn’t skimped on looks either. Luscious cashmere takes hold, with McLaren claiming to be the first car manufacturer to use the material in a supercar. The gray wool covers the center tunnel, lower dashboard, door inserts, sun visors, head restraints, and upper back of the racing-styled seats. The Verdant Theme equally takes old in the form of Dark Green detailing on the seats and cabin, with Laurel Green and Jet Black leather placed alongside.
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