Mclaren Automotive and CBBC’s Blue Peter have awarded 10-year-old Alex because the winner of their latest ‘Supercar of the Future’ competitors. For his supercar’s design, Alex drew his inspiration from nature and used superior supplies that may very well be grown on a tree. The judges beloved his future-focused, sustainable design parts and topped him the winner. After his win, McLaren’s Design Director Rob Melville and his workforce labored with Alex to show his sketches right into a large-scale mannequin together with digital renders. On prime of this successful the orange Blue Peter badge and attending to work with McLaren’s design workforce, he acquired a VIP journey to the McLaren Manufacturing Middle in Woking. It was right here that model ambassador Amanda McLaren welcomed him and confirmed him across the facility. However it doesn’t cease there. Alex additionally was taken across the High Gear monitor by The Stig himself in a McLaren 720S. However wait, there’s extra! There’s additionally a brand new paint referred to as ‘Alex Leaf Inexperienced’ that McLaren clients can select from when ordering vehicles. Alex positively had an unbelievable time and deserved the win!
“I hope the supercar of the longer term competitors evokes others to be artistic and to essentially push the boundaries of what we expect is feasible. Supercars are a really tangible expression of how artwork and science mix and produce innovation so a number of the concepts we’re engaged on – and that Alex has give you – will assist create breakthroughs and future transport options that we are able to all profit from sooner or later.” – Rob Melville, Design Director, McLaren Automotive