McLaren has taken the wraps off a one-off Artura to celebrate 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign. This special McLaren features a unique silver paint called 'Platinum Jubilee'. Along with this, the Mclaren Artura Platinum Jubilee edition also features a unique 'Elizabeth II' badge created by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), McLaren's bespoke division. The special silver colour developed by McLaren’s coating partner - AkzoNobel - will also be available with the British sports car maker's future models. McLaren Artura Platinum Jubilee, except for the new paint scheme and badge, is the same as the regular model. It is underpinned by the company's carbon fibre MCLA architecture that has been specially designed for hybrid and all-electric cars. It looks aggressive, thanks to a cab-forward design with low-nose and raised tail. It features sleek adaptive full LED headlamps with 21 LEDs apiece, LED tail lights, a signature hammerhead line, large side intakes, rear haunches, vented louvres on the front fenders, front splitter, and dihedral doors. McLaren Artura Platinum Jubilee edition draws power from an all-new 3.0-litre, twin-turbocharged, V6 engine that is paired to an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. The powerplant revs all the way to 8,500 rpm and puts out 577 bhp with 585 Nm of peak torque. This engine is used alongside a 94 bhp electric motor with a 7.4 kWh high energy density pack to churn 225 Nm of torque. McLaren Artura, on the whole, has 671 bhp and 720 Nm on tap and can go from zero to 100 km/h in just three seconds.