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Was interested in feedback and real world photos of the almond white interior from any owners?

It seems to be pretty rare which is one of the reasons why I am considering it.
 

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In certain lighting it's quite noticeable. Mostly not. Also the reflection on the glass between the driver and engine bay over your right shoulder shows a moving reflection of the road. That is actually much worse as the human eye says motion=object. I've heard the Ford GT has that in spades. I'm 6 feet tall, prefer a high driving position, and have electric 458 seats. I bet you're right about the impact of tinted windows.
 

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I had beige in my BMW 6 so it is very close to almond color. I also wear lots of jeans. :D Yep, there is color transfer on the seat, especially on edge. Leatherique Prestine Clean just takes it right out with no problem, put some on a cotton towel and bit of elbow grease and it all comes off. I don't even do it all the time, I just clean it every few months or so, when it get too bad. It also smell kind of nice. :)

ps. I presume McLaren uses the same kind of leather that BMW, Rolls Royce and Bentley uses.
 

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I had beige in my BMW 6 so it is very close to almond color. I also wear lots of jeans. :D Yep, there is color transfer on the seat, especially on edge. Leatherique Prestine Clean just takes it right out with no problem, put some on a cotton towel and bit of elbow grease and it all comes off. I don't even do it all the time, I just clean it every few months or so, when it get too bad. It also smell kind of nice. :)

ps. I presume McLaren uses the same kind of leather that BMW, Rolls Royce and Bentley uses.
Same leather as porsche,good quality and hard wearing.:)
 
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