Supercar Blondie’s McLaren 720s gets a crazy highlighter yellow makeover

Once you recover from momentary blindness, you will discover little Easter Eggs in different corners of the McLaren.

Published on Sep 3, 2022 at 7:15PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Sep 3, 2022 at 7:15PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
Supercar Blondie's McLaren 720s gets a crazy highlighter yellow makeover

Supercar Blondie’s Alex Hirschi has just revealed her McLaren with a brand new look. 

In a drastic makeover, the 720s is now painted a fluorescent yellow. 

And if it looks familiar to you, you’re not alone.

Watch the reveal video here!

The McLaren now wears almost the exact same color as Sergi Galiano’s BMW X6. 

It’s also been given a carbon fiber hood, just like the X6. 

Once you recover from momentary blindness, you will discover little Easter Eggs in different corners of the McLaren. 

Supercar Blondie McLaren 720s

Car Dip, the mastermind behind the redesign, created the SB logo on the exterior of the car out of tiny mirrors. 

Up close, it looks like glitter, it’s only when you create some distance between yourself and the car that you see the logo. 


Inside the car, Car Dip continued the highlighter yellow theme, giving the seats matching highlighter yellow seatbelts. 

And just in case the external SB logo wasn’t obvious enough, Car Dip also created an epic graffiti-like design inside the car with a bunch of little SB logos. 

The final result is drastically different from Supercar Blondie’s previous McLaren outfit. 

When Alex revealed it for the first time back in 2020, the car was dark grey and covered in chrome green accents. 

It was also fitted with an aggressive body kit that made it look like a shark.

It had a huge carbon fiber wing with fins on either side and lines resembling gills on each side of the car. 

While overhauling Alex’s McLaren, Car Dip also completely updated the interior of Sergi’s X6 – which was gifted to him as a surprise.

The interior now matches its exterior, with black leather seats and bright yellow seatbelts. 

It also has the Larte design logo stitched onto the headrests to match the exterior badge. 

So, whether the highlighter yellow is to your taste or not, you certainly won’t miss it on the road.

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