McLaren Automotive develops ‘Platinum Jubilee’ paint to mark Queen's 70-year reign


McLaren announced that it has created a new paint color dubbed the “Platinum Jubilee.” The special hue, alongside a similarly special badge, was made to honor Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s 70-year reign.


  • Aside from the custom paint, what other special features did McLaren make for the Queen?

    McLaren also made a special badge for Queen Elizabeth II.
  • What McLaren car features the paint and the badge?

    The paint and the badge were revealed on a one-off example of the McLaren Artura.
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    The color of the paint and the badge has been matched to the materials used in a special badge created by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), McLaren’s in-house bespoke division.

    “It has been an honor for MSO to create a new platinum paint in celebration of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee this year. This special paint, which will be available for customers to select for years to come, will be a fitting tribute to mark this historic milestone.” McLaren Automotive McLaren Special Operations Managing Director Ansar Ali.


    Both features were revealed on a one-off example of the McLaren Artura, the brand’s groundbreaking new high-performance hybrid supercar, today at the MTC.

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