It's important to note that McLaren's MSO Bespoke division can add just about anything your heart desires.
The 2018 McLaren 720S is, by many accounts, a superb vehicle. Heck, some might even say it could be the best McLaren ever created. If you're going to make a car this spectacular, it's not going to come cheap. We've added up all the standard options available on the 720S, and while a base model starts at $312,500, a fully-loaded version comes to a whopping $509,550.
It's important to note that McLaren's MSO Bespoke division can add just about anything your heart desires. As they put it, "if you want it, and it's possible, then we will do it." A company spokesperson gives the example of two 675LT customers who asked for roof scoops, and got them - for a cool $65,000 extra, each.
According to the order guide proper, the most expensive add-on is the Carbon Fibre Exterior Upgrade Pack 2, which costs $11,790. It adds carbon fibre to the front splitter and rear bumper. In fact, there are a ton of optional carbon fibre pieces you can add to the 720S, and these add tens of thousands of dollars to the base price.
The lowest-priced add-on, meanwhile, is an ashtray, which will set you back a whole $70. For those 720S owners who will be spending time on the track - and we hope that's a lot of you - Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires are a no-cost option.
If you're planning on doing a lot of driving and parking in urban centres, you can opt for a 360-degree park assist feature ($3,290), as well as a vehicle lift feature ($2,740) to hopefully minimize bumps and scrapes from speed humps and sloped entryways.
The Stealth Pack ($1,540) changes all the coloured logos to blacked-out versions. If you're not a fan of the stealth look in a supercar like this, you can opt for special colour brake calipers for $1,460. If the natural sounds of the 720S aren't enough to tickle your eardrums, meanwhile, you can upgrade to a 12-speaker Bowers and Wilkins audio system for an extra $4,690.
There's a whole lot more you can choose from to customize your McLaren, from orange seat belts, to a sports exhaust, to a fitted luggage set. And again, there's always MSO Bespoke, so if you want your car to be coloured like a Transformers Generation One Jazz, to play the General Lee horn sound, and to include blinking neon-purple ground effects, that might be possible too. We just pray no one with tastes that eclectic actually exists.