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McLaren Speedtail Frozen Blue in 1:18 scale


This is the McLaren Speedtail Frozen Blue in 1:18 scale by AUTOart.

The McLaren Speedtail in its mesmerizing Frozen Blue color stands out as a remarkable masterpiece in the automotive industry, boasting several unique features that set it apart from its competition. The Speedtail's design is a perfect fusion of artistry and aerodynamics, with its flowing lines and sculpted bodywork that minimizes drag and maximizes downforce. Its innovative hybrid powertrain, combining a powerful V8 engine and electric motor, provides astounding acceleration and efficiency. The Speedtail's interior is a symphony of luxury and technology, with opulent materials, advanced infotainment systems, and a stunning digital instrument cluster. What truly distinguishes the Speedtail is its exquisite attention to detail, as seen in the intricately crafted Frozen Blue paint finish that enhances its exclusivity and allure. With a top speed of 250 mph, the McLaren Speedtail (Frozen Blue) represents the epitome of performance, elegance, and craftsmanship in the automotive industry, setting a new standard for luxury hypercars.

This high-end composite model is hand painted and polished to a beautiful finish. The
undercarriage, suspension, brakes, and exhaust are nicely replicated. Opening doors, hood,
trunk and amazing engine detail.
AUTOart's latest innovation in composite and diecast models, or exquisitely crafted replicas made from a
hybrid of different materials that have been selected and engineered to produce both the supreme finish
detail and high value our collectors demand. Model making will never be the same. In composite models,
AUTOart pairs a die-cast interior with a newly developed injection Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), a
thermoplastic polymer with special blend of different materials for reinforcement of the body, utilizing the
benefits of both materials to create the highest quality models our company has ever produced. Injection
ABS composite material has shown itself to be an ideal material to form the body of a model car.
Compared to our old body material, die-cast zinc, injected-ABS composite material surfaces, with correct
formulation, are smoother and the bodylines and creases are sharper. The openings for vents and holes
are also reproduced more cleanly, and the panels can be much thinner when rendered in ABS composite
material than in zinc alloy. That makes the finished body closer to the true scale gauge of real car bodies.