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570S Spider Design Edition Is Customized By McLaren's Styling Team

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McLaren 570S Spider Design Edition

Why bother personalizing your droptop supercar when McLaren can do it for you?

In November 2016, McLaren’s talented design team created five “Design Editions” of the 570S Coupe and now the Spider has received the same special treatment. This one too has five different personalities based on the supercar’s body paint: Silica White, Storm Grey, Vermillion Red, Onyx Black or Vega Blue. The company based in Woking says that you will be saving money by going for one of the Design Edition versions as it bundles more kit for less cash.

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It’s offered as a customizable package on top of which customers can add other niceties, such as a plethora of carbon fiber extras inside and out. Depending on the 570S Spider’s exterior color, the cabin comes in a matching scheme, four of which have a sporty theme while the fifth one focuses on luxury. The company’s designers have also hand-picked the wheel finish as well as the brake caliper color, while the appearance of the hardtop was also on their to-do list.

Pictured here is the 570S Spider Design Edition 4, featuring a Onyx Black exterior with a body-colored hardtop. It rides on 10-spoke forged alloys with a “Stealth” finish complemented by the orange brake calipers with black McLaren logos. Inside, the theme of choice was “carbon black” Alcantara combined with McLaren Orange nappa and perforated leather for the seats. A similar theme has also been applied on the dashboard to round off the high-end visual package.

Images of the other four Design Editions have not been revealed, but the company promises they’re all “equally striking, living up to their designer-label credentials with an aesthetic appeal that is uniquely McLaren.”

The new visual kit for the 570S Spider comes just a couple of weeks after the introduction of an optional Track Pack, which shaves off more than 33 kilograms (73 pounds) and adds a more aggressive exhaust note.

Source: McLaren