Bowers & Wilkins Celebrates 60 Years Of McLaren With Luxe Wireless Speaker
Start your engines with this striking new speaker.
The clean, sleek lines of an out-of-this-world McLaren car are a thing of beauty, luxury, precision and detail. Much of the same carries over to the world of luxury audio, which is what makes for such an impressive, ongoing meeting of the minds between the British automaker and high-end audio brand Bowers & Wilkins.
The latest revved-up edition in a partnership honoring sixty years of McLaren builds off last year’s handsome Bluetooth headphones, this time introducing a stylish, streamlined Bluetooth speaker.
It’s safe to say the new Zeppelin McLaren Edition is enough to satisfy the most devout audiophile or the most passionate McLaren fan in equal measure.
Impressive McLaren shades of Galvanic Grey & Papaya Orange dot the limited-edition Zeppelin, which now boasts multi-room connectivity for a truly seamless listening experience (almost as seamless, perhaps, as the smooth feel of a winding road from behind the wheel of a McLaren).
The 240-watt amplification speaker packs a serious punch in a crisply designed package, setting left and right speaker assemblies around its central subwoofer.
It also represents a true system approach, one which Bowers & Wilkins continues to refine: The latest Zeppelin integrates with the Formation series of products from the luxe audio brand, which can be controlled efficiently through the company’s Music app.
The famed supercar maker already trusted Bowers & Wilkins to devise the audio system for its McLaren 750S.
Accordingly, there’s a special perk available exclusively at McLaren dealerships: A vivid Papaya Orange, 60th anniversary speaker to complement the black-and-orange-accented edition.
Naturally, only 60 units of the dealership-exclusive speaker are available.
But for a more accessible listening experience, passionate audio fans can add a piece of history to their home speaker set-up for $899 online at Bowers & Wilkins and select retailers as of this week.