The concertinaed box is neatly labelled on the back as 8220;designed and produced by McLaren Marketing8221;, while the front carries both the McLaren and the OnePlus logos, glossy on a slightly shimmery matte background.
Open the top 8211; magnetically sealed 8211; and the contrast with the orange interior is striking. The inner section folds out inviting us to a 8220;Salute to Speed8221; at the McLaren Technology Centre, Woking.
Sure, the invite tickled us, but it doesn8217;t reveal anything else about the phone. Rumours have said that it8217;s going to be a 10GB RAM version of the OnePlus 6T, with 256GB storage. Whether it will have custom McLaren design, we don8217;t know, but we sure hope so. Carbon fibre anyone?