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Late last week we posted a spy shot of a McLaren 650S on our Social Media pages with New South Wales Police livery on the back of a tow truck. Within hours the picture was trending, subsequently being posted on some of the largest news sites around the world.

Contrary to most beliefs, NSW Police and Trivett Bespoke both entered into a sponsorship agreement that involved the lending of a McLaren 650S and an Aston Martin Vanquish for the weekend that just past, at no cost to tax payers or NSW Police.

The sponsorship was designed to promote community engagement this past weekend with the NSW Police. Judging by how viral the stickered up McLaren 650S went, the sponsorship definitely started off with a bang.

Both the McLaren and Aston Martin were at the Wall-to-Wall Ride for Remembrance event over the weekend, promoting and celebrating 100 years of Women in Policing.

Marc Webb, Dealer Principal at Trivett Bespoke Automotive explains: “This sponsorship demonstrates Trivett Bespoke’s continued support for NSW Police Legacy and in particular the Wall-to-Wall Ride for Remembrance. It also reflects our ongoing support for the 100 years of Women in Police Program that has spanned 2015. We’re proud to be supporting the ride and the 100 years of Women in Policing celebrations.”

The McLaren 650S retails in Australia for $450,000 and is equipped with twin-turbo 3.8 litre V8 that develops 478kw and 680 Nm of torque. The rear 305 rubber gets the power down to reach 100 km/h from a standing start in just 2.9 seconds.