My McLaren 720S

McLaren 720S

A few facts about this masterpiece car from website https://cars.mclaren.press/ :

  • New 720S Spider the most accomplished convertible supercar ever from McLaren, combining the thrill of open-air driving with unparalleled Super Series dynamic performance;
  • Light, stiff and extremely strong Monocage II-S carbon fibre core features integrated rollover protection structure (ROPS); needs no additional strengthening over Coupé;
  • 0-liter twin-turbocharged McLaren V8 engine produces 710bhp and 568lb ft of torque, with a power-to-weight ratio for 720S Spider at lightest dry weight of 533bhp/ton;
  • Acceleration from 0-60mph in 2.8seconds - same as 720S Coupé; 0-124mph in 7.9 seconds; maximum speed roof raised 212mph – lowered 202mph;
  • Active rear spoiler aerodynamics automatically tuned to closed - or open-roof driving;
  • Luxuriously appointed cabin features beautiful materials including Nappa leather, ensuring a driver enjoys the interior ambience as much as they do the thrilling driving experience...

 

Do you need more arguments for wanting to have a prototype of this car in your collection.? 

Personally I do not need, that's why i decided to add this car in my collection of created static car models. 

Have a look what i got...after 110 working hours.

Here you will find the technical Details of my project:

I used the KIT ALPHA MODEL N AM02-0014 – Scale 1/24 – Year 2020 and  materials bellow.

Body color:
FINE SURFACE PRIMER TAMIYA ITEM 87064 + GLOSS WITHE ZP1337
AMG BRILLANT BLUE DB896 ZP 1442 – GLOSS CLEAR COAT GRAVITY COLORS GC306

Interior / Seats:
FERRARI BEIGE ZP1007 - SEMI GLOSS BLACK ZP1336
TEXTURED BLACK ZP1388/30 - AMG BRILLANT BLUE DB896 ZP 1442
AMG SELENITE METALLIC 992 ZP1442

Decals:
SCALEMOTORSPORT BLACK/BRONZE 1124

Zeropaints:
CARBON CERAMIC GREY BRAKE DISC ZP1319 – KTM ORANGE ZP1576 – MATT BLACK ZP1124
Tamiya:
X1-X4-X5-X6-X7-X18-X32-XF19-XF59 – PANEL LINE BLACK
Vallejo:
STEEL-SILVER-BLACK
Felt tip pen:
EDDING 400 RED/BLACK/ORANGE

 

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