Daniel Ricciardo’s McLaren Exclusive

An extremely limited set of the 720S is set for Australia.

By Terry Christodoulou 24/09/2021

Hot on the heels of Formula 1 pilot Daniel Ricciardo’s Italian Grand Prix win, the smiling Aussie and McLaren Automotive have revealed a limited-edition series of just three new commissions.

Born out of McLaren Special Operations – in partnership with McLaren Sydney and Melbourne dealerships — comes the Daniel Ricciardo Edition 720S, available exclusively for Australia.

The limited release is a nod to Ricciardo’s racing number, “3”, with each model finished in Papaya spark and Burton blue to match the livery on the McLaren Formula 1 2021 MCL35M race car.

“Daniel Ricciardo’s relentless determination and pursuit of excellence are qualities that perfectly reflect the McLaren ethos,” says George Biggs. McLaren commercial executive director. “The 720S is a fitting model to celebrate Daniel’s achievements and we’re delighted to see it adorned with the Australian flag crafted by MSO.”

Other distinct additions to the 720S include carbon fibre sills inscribed with Ricciardo’s signature, ‘One of Three’ dedication plates, Ricciardo’s race number etched on the dihedral doors and the Australian flag adorning the front haunches.

The Daniel Ricciardo Edition 720S by MSO will be available for purchase shortly. Pricing to be confirmed.



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