Its owner is flamboyant Cuban-born, New York-based car collector Michael Fux. Fux is known for favouring outlandish custom colours – he has a purple Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe and fuchsia McLaren 720S – but his Senna is much more restrained.
Nonetheless, the standard colour palette wasn’t sufficient for Fux’s tastes, requiring the services of McLaren’s ‘Special Operations’ division. MSO tinted the carbonfibre bodywork with a custom emerald green colour dubbed, appropriately, ‘Fux Green’.
McLaren claims it takes almost 1000 hours to produce the 67 separate parts that comprise the Senna’s complicated bodywork. Providing a contrast to the body are the centrelock wheel nuts painted red (right) and blue (left).
The colour theme continues inside with all the exposed carbon finished in the same green-tinted carbon, green stitching on the seats and steering wheel but contrasting bright white leather for the facia, seats, door uppers and steering wheel.
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According to McLaren, around one-third of the 500 Sennas built have been bought by US customers and Fux’s unique example will make its public debut at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, an event held during Monterey Car Week.
The Senna will join one of the world’s most jaw-dropping car collections. It’s difficult to think of a desirable car that isn’t already part of his stable and Fux is happy to share it with the world via his Instagram account @michaelfux.
Fux has also confirmed he is one of the 106 customers to be receiving the forthcoming McLaren BP23 hypercar.