A rare McLaren Speedtail will be auctioned off by RM Sotheby’s in late January and represents a rare opportunity to buy the car for those that missed out on an allocation from the factory itself.
This Speedtail is the 36th example built and was officially ordered on 20 July 2020 before being delivered new to McLaren of Philadelphia in the fall of 2020. It has over $170,000 worth of bespoke and optional equipment.
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The listing states that this Speedtail’s exterior is finished in a special shade known as MSO Heritage Atlantic Blue and includes painted pinstripes that are color-matched to the lightweight alloy wheels. The original owner also opted to have the front wheel covers finished in gloss carbon fiber while the engine cover and brake calipers are painted black and have the exhaust in a Stealth Titanium finish.
As if the striking exterior finish wasn’t enough, the cabin is also something to behold. Most notably, much of the interior is clad in vintage tan Aniline leather with contrast stitching. The satin carbon fiber steering wheel also has matching leather accents and sports billet titanium paddle shifters.
The Spedtail has only been driven 30 miles (48 km) and is being sold with a fitted suitcase for the front trunk and a serialized, lightweight gold-colored titanium toolset.
No pricing estimates have been made available, but last July a dealer was selling another Speedtail for $5 million. It will thus be interesting to see how much this one fetches at the auction.