SWAE Introduces Carbon Fiber Widebody McLaren 720S

SWAE, a new custom vehicle builder, recently revealed its introductory design, a carbon fiber widebody McLaren 720S.

Unveiled this weekend in Miami, the SWAE 720S utilizes cutting-edge material sciences and was conceived as a proof of concept for testing the capabilities of 3D printing. The SWAE 720S will be on display in Miami, Florida at Prestige Imports.

“SWAE operates in a space beyond luxury — enhancing each caliber of craftsmanship to create a sum greater than its parts. Our edict compels us to chase dreams at all costs, something we will do with the sharing of breathtaking adventures and automobiles,” comments the SWAE team. “We aspire for excellence in every moment and believe perfection can never be presumed. Through new experiences and vehicles for innovation, we plan to test the limits of our potential.”

Twill carbon fiber establishes a diagonal pattern across the vehicle’s exterior. Incredibly versatile, this carbon fiber fabric is extremely pliable and adaptive, forming complex contours around the vehicle frame while increasing strength and stability, the company said. Made possible through the latest innovations in 3D printing and engineering, SWAE worked closely with partner 1016 Industries to build the body kit.

The SWAE 720S also features an exclusive performance tune to enhance the vehicle’s twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8. When combined with lightweight exterior elements, the special edition 720S can produce more than 900 hp, an increase from the stock vehicle’s 698 hp. Additional features include custom 10-spoke wheels incorporating the SWAE logo alongside a modified exhaust with stainless steel cat delete pipes. This special edition 720S is also equipped with the first-ever 3D printed titanium wing supports mounted to the car.

SWAE will be presenting the bespoke twill carbon fiber 720S to highlight the company’s capabilities in the high-performance exotic category, the company said, with several other adventure-oriented vehicles in the works for future releases.

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