McLaren 720S gets a Gulf Livery


After 675LT, Senna and Elva, the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) team is now offering a Gulf Livery on the 720S. A limited number of customers can get their supercars hand-painted with a livery that celebrates the Gulf’s return as an official strategic partner.

Creating a perfect finish from paint partner AkzoNobel’s exhaustive pallet of premium hues took 20 days, the company said. In addition to the iconic racing blue and orange colors, MSO has echoed the Gulf solid orange on the brake calipers as well.


The cockpit features matching blue and orange stitching, with Gulf logos embroidered on the headrests and painted on the sills. The steering wheel incorporates a centre band to match the exterior stripe in Gulf solid orange and Gulf solid dark blue on the visual carbon fibre spokes.

This project is a showcase of MSO’s capabilities and echoes the recent full restoration of the F1 GTR 25R, a car raced in the 1990s. The 720S in such an evocative livery and interior finish, created in close association with Gulf, which perfectly shows the potential for our customers to work with MSO’s skilled team to personalize their McLaren. – Mike Flewitt, CEO, McLaren Automotive

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