A newly established tuner by the named SWAE has just unveiled a wide bodykit for the McLaren 720S. The tuner calls this creation a “proof-of-concept for testing bleeding edge capabilities of 3D printing,” so as you can imagine, 3D printing is part of the process for this body kit.
SWAE used 3D printing extensively to create its bodykit, while also making the most of lightweight carbon fiber parts. Kicking off things is an overhauled front fascia that includes a bespoke bumper with a pronounced splitter and aerodynamic fins on either side. These new parts perfectly complement the car’s carbon fiber ‘eye-sockets’ and the carbon fiber hood.
Custom 10-spoke wheels also add to the visual appeal of this one-off creation, and it’s backed up with an undisclosed “exclusive performance tune” that significantly elevates power from the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8. SWAE claims more than 900 hp to the rear wheels, which should mean over 1,000 hp at the crankshaft.
This special McLaren was recently unveiled in Miami to showcase the company’s capabilities for building bespoke vehicles. Presumably, that means this particular car isn’t for sale, but SWAE mentions an estimated price of just under $500,000 in bringing this widebody 720S to life.