The McLaren Stealth 720S Is a Lust-Worthy Bespoke Supercar

This 212 mph beauty was inspired by a famous Formula One racer.

Mclaren Special Operations’ latest version of the one of the most  acclaimed supercars on the planet has a name that really doesn’t do it justice.

Even though its sleek lines have been dressed in a muted grey paint job, the 720S “Stealth” is destined to draw the awestruck gaze of pretty much anyone who sees it.

McLaren says the palette was inspired by the F1 GTR that took the title at the Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe in 1995. The MSO team spent nearly 200 hundred hours adding eye-catching red accents that create a through line from the hood to the rear deck, as well as carbon fiber intakes and door mirrors.


The striking color contrast continues below on the alloy wheels. Nine of the 10 spokes on each are finished in a custom satin black, with a single spoke highlighted in red.  

A “sports-oriented” interior with a carbon fiber switch and center panel is surrounded by high-end trim. Other additions include red leather and stitching on the fascia, door inners and seats.

Under the hood is the same 710-horsepower, twin-turbocharged V8 capable of hitting a sub-three second 0-60 mph time and a maximum speed of 212 mph. 

As Motor 1 notes, the luxurious ride was special-ordered by McLaren’s London dealer through the MSO Defined program, which allows customers to create a bespoke car with personalized touches.

It might just be the perfect combination of looks and performance—decide for yourself by scrolling through the photo gallery above.