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- McLaren Monaco will participate in SIAM 2017, the first open-air International Motor Show to be held in the Principality (of Monaco)
- Two McLaren Sports Series vehicles will be displayed, a 570S in Volcano Orange livery and a 570GT in Silver.
- McLaren Automotive is represented by Monaco Luxury Group in Monaco
McLaren Monaco will be exhibiting at the first edition of the Salon International de l’Automobile, (SIAM 2017) which will take place in the Principality from the 16th to the 19th of February. Two models from the Sports Series, the most recent addition to the McLaren family, will be displayed in the port area, on Quai Albert I, showcasing in two very contrasting colors the beautiful lines of sports cars that perfectly capture McLaren’s performance DNA.
A McLaren 570S in Volcano Orange, the launch color of the renowned McLaren P1TM, will feature a Carbon Black/Jet Black/Stone Grey sports interior from the ‘By McLaren’ designer range. The car is also equipped with a roof from the MSO Defined range of options developed by McLaren Special Operations, finished in Dark Palladium and complemented by a rear wing, front splitter and rear bumper in the same color. Additional options will include ‘Stealth’ wheels and exhaust finishers and door mirror casings in carbon fiber, completing the overall dynamic and elegant look of the car.
The McLaren’s 570GT, conceived to deliver enhanced day-to-day usability and comfort on longer journeys in addition to the superb performance and unmatched driving experience of all McLaren cars, is represented in Silver, with body-color door inserts and door mirror casings. Dark Palladium finish again features, in this case for the visible aerodynamic styling aspects such as bumpers and side air intakes. This specific car has also been specified with a Bowers & Wilkins Premium Audio System.
The most prestigious brands in each commercial sector will be participating in the new Monaco open-air International Motor Show, an event that will focus on environment and ecology, innovation and prestige, and further strengthen the Principality’s automotive heritage.
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