McLaren announced that the custom 570-S Spider it donated to the Foundation Elton John AIDS for the Argento Ball fundraiser for over $948,000 USD. Entire proceeds from the sale, which took place at David Furnish and Sir Elton John’s home, in Berkshire, UK June, 27, went to the foundation to assist decreased the spread of HIV.
While the ball hosted the likes of Graham Norton and Ed Sheeran, the last bid went to an unknown West Coast US home. In addition to recent superstar, the winner will get a luxury tour of McLaren’s tech center in working, UK, guided by McLaren’s daughter Amanda McLaren and brand ambassador.
The auto itself is extremely optioned, featuring a hand sprayed blade silver to the car itself is highly optioned, featuring a hand-sprayed Blade Silver to rejoice the silver anniversary of Foundation. McLaren Orange carbon stoneware brake calipers peek out from at the back of the car’s Stealth-finished 10 spoke lightweight alloy wheels, and McLaren even throws in its latest Sports Exhaust to create that 3.9-liter double-turbocharged V-8 sing.
The inner sports Jet Black NAPPA leather seats with matching Carbon Black stitching and a Wilkins audio system and ten speaker Bowers ideal for blasting “Rocket Man” earlier than hitting warp speed on the highway.
Thanks in part to the auction of this custom-made McLaren, the Argento Ball sale raised about $5.5 Million USD in whole for the Foundation.
The Foundation not just finds ways to prevent the spread of HIV issue and lessen the rate of AIDS, but also decreases the minus stigma associated with those who suffer from lethal disease. The foundation has helped lift up almost $400 Million USD and reaches more than 25 States where the sickness is rampant.