Mclaren 720s

mclaren 720s

• McLaren Senna • McLaren Speedtail • McLaren GT • McLaren Elva Powertrain Engine 4.0 L M840T twin-turbocharged V8 Power output 720 PS (530 kW; 710 hp) 765 PS (563 kW; 755 hp) (765LT) Transmission 7-speed Graziano dual-clutch Dimensions Wheelbase 2,670 mm (105.1 in) [4] Length 4,544 mm (178.9 in) [4] 4,600 mm (180 in) (765LT) Width 2,161 mm (85.1 in) [4] Height 1,196 mm (47.1 in) [4] 1,159 mm (45.6 in) (765LT) Kerb weight 3,128 lb (1,419 kg) (720S Coupé) [5] 3,236 lb (1,468 kg) (720S Spider) [6] 2,952 lb (1,339 kg) (765LT) Chronology Predecessor McLaren 650S The McLaren 720S is a sports car designed and manufactured by British automobile manufacturer McLaren Automotive.

It is the second all-new car in the McLaren Super Series, replacing the 650S beginning in May 2017. The 720S was launched at the Geneva Motor Show on 7 March 2017 and is built on a modified carbon monocoque, which is lighter and stiffer than the previous model, the 650S. Contents • 1 Specifications mclaren 720s 1.1 Engine • 1.2 Suspension • 1.3 Chassis • 1.4 Interior • 1.5 Performance • 1.6 Efficiency • 2 Design • 3 Variants • 3.1 720S (2017-) • 3.2 720S Velocity • 3.3 720S Spider (2018-) • 3.4 765LT (2020-) • 3.5 720S Le Mans special edition (2020-) • 3.6 765LT Spider (2021-) • 4 Awards • 5 Motorsport • 5.1 720S GT3 • 5.2 720S GT3X (2021-) • 6 Marketing • 7 References • 8 External links Specifications [ edit ] The 720S is the first all-new car to be introduced by McLaren as a part of its new plan to launch 15 new cars into the market by 2022.

[ citation needed] The 720S according to McLaren is 91% new as compared to its predecessor. Engine [ edit ] Main article: McLaren M840T engine The 720S features McLaren's new M840T engine which is an evolution of the M838T used in the 650S. [7] It is a 3,994 cc (4.0 L; 243.7 cu in) twin-turbocharged V8 engine.

[8] [9] The engine has a rated power output of 720 PS (530 kW; 710 hp) at 7,500 rpm, giving the car its name; the maximum torque is 568 lb⋅ft (770 N⋅m) at 5,500 rpm. [10] Suspension [ edit ] The ProActive Chassis Control II active mclaren 720s system used in the 720S is an evolution of the system used in the 650S but is 16 kg (35 lb) lighter than the previous version.

The new system features accelerometers on the top and pressure sensors at the bottom of the dampers to precisely communicate to the car's onboard computer the driving conditions in real-time for optimum suspension settings. The system uses findings from a PhD course at the University of Cambridge. [7] [8] Chassis [ edit ] The doors in the open position The carbon fibre tub used in the 720S' chassis is based on the similar principle of mclaren 720s MonoCage unit in the P1 but is 18 kg (40 lb) lighter than its predecessor.

Called the MonoCage II, the tub allows for dihedral doors [ citation needed] with large cutouts for easier entry and exit. It also reduces the size of the pillars of the roof, improving visibility for the driver.

The same tub underpins the Senna, Speedtail and the Elva sports cars. [8] Interior [ edit ] The interior is designed to be a blend of modern and race-inspired elements. Mclaren 720s and Weir leather upholstery along with carbon fibre trim is standard. A Bowers and Wilkins audio system and fixed carbon fibre racing seats are included as an option.

The main focus mclaren 720s the interior is the driver and this is reflected by the new digital display behind the steering wheel which retracts to a thin screen to reveal vital information to the driver when the car is in track mode.

The touch screen on the centre console is angled mclaren 720s from the driver but vital controls are designed to mclaren 720s in the driver's easy reach. The car comes with two driving modes, default and comfort with the former focusing on an enhanced track driving experience.

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{INSERTKEYS} [8] Performance [ edit ] According to McLaren the 720S can accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds, to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 7.8 seconds, can achieve a maximum speed of 341 km/h (212 mph), [10] and has a 1⁄ 4 mile (402 m) time of 10.3 seconds.

[11] The 720S also comes with Variable Drift Mode, which manipulates the stability control to help drift the car. [12] Efficiency [ edit ] McLaren claims class-leading efficiency for the new 720S, with CO 2 emissions of 249 g/km and combined fuel economy of 26.4 mpg ‑imp (22.0 mpg ‑US; 10.7 L/100 km) [13]—both of these figures represent an improvement of around 10% from the 650S.

Design [ edit ] Interior The McLaren 720S features twin-hinged butterfly doors and many design features from the McLaren F1. The headlights hide air vents that funnel incoming air to two small radiators in front of the wheels. The doors feature air channels that direct air to the engine.

The rear of the car features thin LED taillights similar to those on the McLaren P1, and two round exhaust pipes.

The design was inspired by the great white shark and features a teardrop-shaped cockpit. [7] All of the exterior features result in an improvement of 50% more downforce than the 650S. [14] The interior of the car includes a folding driver display and carbon fibre accents. [15] Variants [ edit ] 720S (2017-) [ edit ] The vehicle was unveiled in 2017 Geneva International Motor Show. The vehicle went on sale in 2017-03-07, with deliveries to customers starting in May 2017.

[16] 720S Velocity [ edit ] McLaren Special Operations unveiled the McLaren 720S Velocity just one day after the 720S was revealed.

It featured Nerello Red and Volcano Red paint scheme, and a carbon fibre bonnet. In addition to those, the wheels are lightweight aluminium painted metallic bronze. The interior has Carbon Black Alcantara trim with red highlights and carbon fibre accents. [17] [18] 720S Spider (2018-) [ edit ] The 720S Spider was introduced in December 2018 as the brand's new open-top flagship sports car.

Due to the integral roll structure of the monocoque used in the 720S, the Spider did not need additional bracing to compensate for the loss of a fixed roof. The modified monocoque loses the spine running from front to the rear of the car and is dubbed the Monocage II-S.

Due to the loss of the roof, the 720S Spider uses traditional dihedral doors. The Spider weighs 45 kg (100 lb) more than its coupé counterpart due to the retractable hardtop system. The Spider marks the debut of new 10-spoke alloy wheels and new exterior colour options. The roof is a single piece of carbon fibre and takes 11 seconds for operation, 6 seconds quicker than the 650S Spider. The roof can be operated at speeds up to 50 km/h (31 mph).

The Spider uses the "flying buttress" as used on all convertible McLaren models. There is an added window on the buttress of the car to increase rear visibility. The retractable window between the roll-over hoops is carried over from the 650S Spider. The engine and the transmission remain the same as the coupé with the engine generating the same amount of power. The Spider can accelerate to 97 km/h (60 mph) from a standstill in 2.9 seconds, to 193 km/h (120 mph) in 7.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 341 km/h (212 mph) with the top closed.

The top speed reduces by 16 km/h (10 mph) with the top retracted. [19] [20] • McLaren 765LT Unveiled on 3 March 2020, the 765LT is a limited (765 units, 12 in Hong Kong [21]) version of the 720S and the successor to the 675LT as a Super Series Longtail car, focused on track performance. The M840T engine is now rated at 765 PS (563 kW; 755 hp) at 7,500 rpm and 590 lb⋅ft (800 N⋅m) of torque at 5,500 rpm achieved with a higher-capacity fuel pump, forged aluminium pistons and a three-layer head gasket from the Senna.

The top speed is lowered from the 720S's 341 km/h (212 mph) to 330 km/h (205 mph) due to added drag created by the added high downforce parts, although the 765LT weighs 80 kg (176 lb) less than the 720S at 1,339 kg (2,952 lb) in its lightest configuration and has a quicker 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) time of 2.8 seconds. It also can hit 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 7.0 seconds and complete a quarter-mile dash in 9.9 seconds according to McLaren.

[22] A US-spec McLaren 765LT was tested by Road & Track with a quarter-time time of 11.6 seconds at 131.1 mph (211.0 km/h), which equates to 0-100 km/h in the high-3 range and 0-200 km/h in the mid-10 range. [23] In addition, it stopped at 92 feet from 60-0 mph. The Senna's brake callipers are also available as an extra-cost option; McLaren claims these have four times the thermal conductivity as conventional carbon ceramics, while Pirelli Trofeo R tyres are standard.

Suspension changes involve a 5 mm (0.2 in) reduction in ride height and the use of lightweight main springs with secondary "helper" units as well as an upgraded Proactive Chassis Control system. The aerodynamics are redesigned to produce 25% more downforce than the 720S, featuring front fender vents, a larger front splitter and a longer active wing element at the rear at the cost of less noise insulation, thinner-gauge glass and stiffened engine mounts.

The rear of the car also features a quad-exit full titanium exhaust to distinguish it from the 720S. Production was limited to 765 cars globally with customer deliveries in October 2020. [24] [25] [26] 720S Le Mans special edition (2020-) [ edit ] It is a version of 720S coupé celebrating the 25th anniversary of McLaren F1 GTR #59's 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans race win.

It includes: • Choice of two body colours (McLaren Orange, Sarthe Grey) • VIN starting with 298 (the number of laps completed by the original race car) • 'Ueno Grey'-painted body side lower, rear bumper and front bumper lower • 'McLaren 25 anniversary Le Mans' logo on lower body side panel • Gloss black roof scoop with polycarbonate rear glazing • Carbon fibre louvred front fenders • Unique 5-spoke LM wheels that based on the design of the #59 F1 GTR wheels, with 'Le Mans' etching • Gold-coloured brake calipers • Gloss black contrast body components • Choice of two black Alcantara themes with accents in McLaren Orange or Dove Grey • Carbon fibre racing seats • Embroidered headrests with 'McLaren 25 anniversary Le Mans' logo • 12 o'clock steering wheel marker, linked to interior accent colour • Dedication plate with 'McLaren 25 anniversary Le Mans' logo • Floor mats with 'McLaren 25 anniversary Le Mans' logo The vehicle went on sale in 2020-06-17.

[27] 765LT Spider (2021-) [ edit ] McLaren 765LT Spider Unveiled on the 27 July 2021, the convertible is a limited (765 units, 11 in Hong Kong [21]) version of 765LT coupe. It uses the same M840T engine which produces 765 PS (563 kW; 755 hp). The Spider weighs 80 kg (176 lb) less than the 720S Spider at 1,388 kg (3,060 lb), making it 49 kg (108 lb) heavier than the coupe.

[28] [29] [30] Awards [ edit ] BBC Top Gear - Supercar of the Year 2017: McLaren 720S Most Beautiful Supercar of the Year 2017: Mclaren 720S - Festival Automobile International in Paris, the “Fashion Week” for cars Red Dot Design Awards - Best of the Best 2018: Mclaren 720S The McLaren 720S was named 2019 World Performance Car by World Car Awards in conjunction with the New York International Auto Show.

[31] The car was chosen as one of the Top 10 Tech Cars by the IEEE in 2018. [32] Motorsport [ edit ] 720S GT3 720S GT3 [ edit ] The McLaren 720S GT3 is a motorsport version of the 720S designed to take part in GT3 races. [33] The car was revealed in August 2018 with a price of $564,000 and McLaren said that 90% of the car was different from the road-legal 720S. [34] It was originally teased through renderings in November 2017. [35] 720S GT3X (2021-) [ edit ] In March 2021, McLaren announced the 720S GT3X, [36] a track-only car based on the 720S GT3 which isn't limited by the restrictions put in place by the FIA for GT3-class cars.

[37] Marketing [ edit ] LEGO Speed Champions McLaren 720S model kit, which also includes a minifigure car designer with design studio desk, went on sale June 2017.

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Motor Trend mclaren 720s. Retrieved 3 March 2020. • ^ "2021 McLaren 765LT: What We Know So Far". Car and Driver. 3 March 2020. Retrieved 5 July 2020. • ^ Vijayenthiran, Viknesh (7 April 2020). "McLaren 765LT supercar bows with 755 horsepower, $358,000 price tag". Motor Authority. Retrieved 5 July 2020. • ^ 720S Le Mans special edition celebrates 25th anniversary of legendary McLaren victory in world's most famous 24-hour race • ^ "McLaren 765LT Spider debuts as brand's most powerful convertible in history".

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• ^ New McLaren 720S builds interest among younger generations of supercar enthusiasts External links [ edit ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to McLaren 720S. • McLaren page: 720S, 720S Spider, 765LT, 765LT Spider • Press kit: 720S, 720S Spider, 765LT, 765LT Spider • Official experience site Edit links • This page was last edited on 8 May 2022, at 12:55 (UTC). • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Mclaren 720s. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • Photos • Highs Mesmerizing styling, incredible handling with a livable ride, seemingly endless acceleration.

• Lows Prominent turbo lag, brake pedal requires a heavy foot, just try to look graceful climbing in and out. • Verdict McLaren's racing pedigree and unique approach to supercar styling merge in the 720S. By Eric Stafford Overview Like many exotic cars, the 2022 McLaren 720S offers a lot of mclaren 720s and serious go.

The thrills mclaren 720s explosive launches and the kind of ethereal agility that'll send serious drivers into ecstasy. At the heart of McLaren's lightweight, carbon-fiber-intensive dream machine is a 710-hp twin-turbo V-8. While the engine has considerable turbo lag, the short pause after you stomp the accelerator allows a beat to prepare for a rush to 100 mph in just 5.2 seconds and the ability to reach a claimed 212 mph.

When 720S coupe or Spider (read: convertible) drivers aren't living out their Formula 1 fantasies, they’ll find the car provides a surprisingly civil ride. The only real pain is the contortions required to climb out of its simple yet customizable interior. Yes, the 2022 720S is insanely pricey, but that money buys a car that's insanely special. What's New for 2022? McLaren doesn't make any significant changes or updates to the 2022 720S coupe or convertible.

For those looking for an even more race-centric machine, the 765LT ( reviewed separately) scratches that itch with its extra power and additional mass savings. Pricing and Which One to Buy Most convertible supercars are compromised by more weight and less rigidity, but the 720S Spider is hardly affected at all.

Despite the retractable hardtop adding some weight, the Spider is just as quick as the coupe and its open-air cockpit enhances the driving experience. We'd choose it in the Performance spec, with its carbon-fiber exterior mclaren 720s and mclaren 720s interior upgrades. Likewise, we'd select the Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires for maximum stick and the electrochromic glass roof.

Personalization options are extensive and subjective, so the only other add-ons we'd want are the front and mclaren 720s parking sensors, front-end vehicle lift, and McLaren Track Telemetry with a lap-time recorder and three cameras. Engine, Transmission, and Performance Both the coupe and convertible version cradle a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 that produces 710 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque.

Those totals are funneled through a paddle-shifted seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The 720S coupe we tested at our track rocketed to 60 mph in 2.6 seconds and reached 100 mph in 5.2 ticks.

We also had the opportunity to pilot a similar version at our annual Lightning Lap, where we called it "wonderfully fun and scary fast." We drove one on a twisting and ill-maintained road in California, where its advanced suspension was able to smooth out imperfections and the steering system was a communicative companion.

The experience was further evidence that McLaren has unrivaled chassis tuning. Michael Simari Car and Driver Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG Since the McLaren 720S clearly isn't a typical commuter car, it doesn't receive the typical EPA certification. We estimate the mid-engine machine would achieve between 15 mpg in the city, 22 mpg on the highway, and 18 mpg combined. However, we expect its real-world fuel economy to vary drastically depending on how much time it spends with its throttle wide open.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo The core of every 720S is its carbon-fiber tub that helps limit weight and ensure rigidity, all while protecting passengers. Contained within this lightweight structure is a two-seat cabin that caters to the driver. While its interior design is less flashy than rivals from Ferrari and Lamborghini, the aesthetic is pleasing, and outward visibility is excellent.

Sure, it can be a pain to escape from the low-slung seating position, but that's standard supercar procedure. Instead, the cabin can be outfitted with a variety of premium materials and bespoke options. Don't expect ample space to store small items in the 720's cabin but at least there is a luggage compartment under the hood. Why We Test: Every Number Tells a Story Infotainment and Connectivity Every 720S is fitted with a vertically oriented 7.0-inch touchscreen that includes conventional features such as Bluetooth, a four-speaker audio system, and two USB ports.

Those who want a mclaren 720s powerful audio system to drown out the sound of this six-figure supercar's twin-turbo V-8 can upgrade to a 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins unit. There's also an optional track-data recorder (called McLaren Track Telemetry) with or without three exterior cameras to save lap times and relive moments at the racetrack.

How to Repair, Maintain, and Care for Your Car Safety and Driver-Assistance Features The 720S does not offer any traditional driver-assistance technology but can be equipped with several useful options that help keep it free of dents and scratches.

For more information about the 720S's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ( IIHS) websites. Key driver assists include: • Available front and rear parking sensors • Available front-end-lift system Warranty and Maintenance Coverage The McLaren includes a standard warranty plan that spans three years with no mileage limit.

The company also offers extended coverage of up to 12 years with a limit of 12,000 miles per year. • Limited warranty covers three years and unlimited miles • Powertrain warranty covers three years and unlimited miles • No complimentary scheduled maintenance Specifications 2019 McLaren 720S Spider VEHICLE TYPE mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 2-door convertible PRICE AS TESTED $411,300 (base price: $319,100) ENGINE TYPE twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, port fuel injection Displacement 244 cu in, 3994 cc Power 710 hp @ 7500 rpm Torque 568 lb-ft @ 5500 rpm TRANSMISSION 7-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode CHASSIS Suspension (F/R): control arms/control mclaren 720s Brakes (F/R): 15.4-in vented, cross-drilled, carbon-ceramic disc/15.0-in vented, cross-drilled, carbon-ceramic disc Tires: Pirelli P Zero PZ4, F: 245/35R-19 (93Y) R: 305/30R-20 (103Y) DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 105.1 in Length: 178.9 in Width: 76.0 in Height: 47.1 in Passenger volume: 47 cu ft Cargo volume, top up/down: 7/5 cu ft Curb weight: 3343 lb C/D TEST RESULTS Zero to 60 mph: 2.8 sec Zero to 100 mph: 5.5 sec Zero to 130 mph: 8.5 sec Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 3.6 sec Top gear, 30–50 mph: 2.6 sec Top gear, 50–70 mph: 3.0 sec Standing ¼-mile: 10.3 sec @ 143 mph Top speed (drag limited, mfr’s claim): 212 mph Braking, 70–0 mph: 141 ft Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 1.09 g C/D FUEL ECONOMY Observed: 12 mpg EPA FUEL ECONOMY ( C/D EST) Combined/city/highway: 18/15/22 mpg
A light and strong supercar shaped by the forces of nature.

Honed by the elements. Poised for attack.

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And ferociously fast. Yet beautifully made, tactile and effortlessly usable, every day. The McLaren 720S is purposeful and radical.

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With apex predator responses. It accelerates from 0-60mph in an incredible 2.8 seconds when provoked. And can cover a quarter of a mile in 10.4 seconds. From a standing start. But raw figures don’t reveal the whole story. There is pure driver engagement and contemporary luxury here too. In depth. A thrilling, accessible, natural balance. Evolution in full flight. McLaren 720S: 5 Reasons Why It’s Still Today’s Greatest Supercar "The McLaren 720S, with its you-will-never-be-able-to-go-full-throttle power-to-weight ratio, keeps its operator on their toes continuously.

It is 100 percent visceral, 100 percent engaging, 100 mclaren 720s of the time." Forbes Read full article The McLaren 720S is born of the McLaren design philosophy: everything for a reason. The powerful simplicity and integrity of this ethos shapes stunning cars. Through an intense, evolutionary process. The radical shape of the 720S is inspired by the teardrop. Nature’s perfect aerodynamic form. It takes this shape because it helps to deliver superlative performance.

And aerodynamic efficiency. Every design detail is the same. Created to improve performance. Sharpen handling. Intensify engagement. Enhance comfort.

Beautifully. Design Sophisticated. Seamless. And organic. A leap forward for our design language but true to McLaren DNA. At the core of the design of the 720S is 360° visibility. Unprecedented in supercars, it transforms the mclaren 720s – giving you the confidence to let loose.

An advanced composite structure allows for much slimmer A-pillars and glazed C-pillars. The whole upper structure flows effortlessly into the bodywork.

Form and function are inseparable. As in nature. When something is beautiful, it’s that way for good mclaren 720s. The headlights that define the face of the McLaren 720S are unmistakable. But their deep-set, sculpted design also features integrated air intakes. Guiding air around the lights and into the radiators. The iconic dihedral doors add unrivalled drama. But they also optimise accessibility to the cabin and rear storage area.

With strong bloodline links to the original McLaren F1. The bodysides are sculpted and muscular. Free from vents, scoops and details. Shark-like in their fluid simplicity. Fast flowing air is guided around the A-pillars and into the rear air intakes. An innovation that builds on the techniques used on the revolutionary P1. At the rear, the 720S is defined by powerful haunches. Always ready to leap. They blend elegantly with the fully integrated rear spoiler.

Maintaining the feel of extreme dynamic function and uncluttered, sculpted form. The organic curves and natural forms of the exterior flow into the cockpit. Defined by an incredible all-round visibility. Fully glazed and bright. Space efficient and sophisticated. The Carbon Fibre Monocage II is fully on show. Emphasising the ultra-light underlying structure. Driver focus is absolute. Key controls like the Active Dynamics Panel are at your fingertips. Priority is given to the essentials on a clean, minimal dashboard.

An innovative Folding Driver Display shows only vital information. And folds away for maximum visibility in Slim Display Mode. This is a futuristic place. But everyday usability has not been sacrificed. There is thoughtful storage space. There are practical details throughout. And everywhere, there is a deep, ingrained sense of quality.

Fine leather is tactile and durable. Stitching patterns are unique to the 720S. Machined aluminium greets you at numerous touch points. Mood lighting creates a luxurious ambience. Subtly illuminating the exquisite craftsmanship. The radical, sublime design.

The bold extreme engineering. The relentless pursuit of aerodynamic efficiency. The uncompromising use of the best materials… It all leads to this place. The point of engagement. Between driver and car. Steering is at the heart of driver engagement. Against the grain, at McLaren we reject the more common electrically assisted power steering – in favour of an electro-hydraulic design. Because it’s crisper. And clearer. Feeding real information from road to car to driver like nothing else can.

For nuanced responses. And the truest feedback The electro-hydraulic steering works closely with the car’s Active Dynamics. Turn the dial to Sport or Track and the 720S braces for track action – responses sharpened. Power intensified. Dial back to Comfort mode and instantly you get the ideal set up for open roads.

Effortless progress and a remarkably serene ride. In the 720S, driver engagement goes deeper. To match every surface, curve and camber. Each challenge. From extreme circuits to country lanes. Competition is in the blood. The 720S mclaren 720s perfectly adapted to push the limits on track.

Now you mclaren 720s sharpen that track focus further, with the Mclaren 720s Defined Titanium Harness Bar. Tailor made for the 720S, it’s mounted behind the seats, and is designed as the ultimate anchor for MSO Defined 6-Point Harnesses. Extreme performance with unrivalled safety.

The McLaren 720S is a force of nature. Its 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 delivers 720PS and 770Nm of torque. 0-60mph takes just 2.8 seconds.

And 124mph arrives in an astonishing 7.8 seconds. But the 720S is all about the way you can use power. The balance.

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Accessibility. Feedback. Finesse. Breath-taking figures can only tell you so much… POWER This is one incredibly fast supercar. The fearsomely powerful M840T engine is the starting point. Offering unrelenting power and acceleration. Mclaren 720s the combination with our advanced driving technologies is what truly brings this animal to life.

Enabling an astonishing breadth of ability. On every road, and any track. A living, beating heart. Propelling the shark-like form of the 720S with ferocious conviction. Instantaneous power and scorching-fast responsiveness. All to be mclaren 720s when you have 720PS behind you. Twin scroll turbochargers.

A super-stiff, light crankshaft. Advanced Port Fuel Injection. Every engine part has been analysed and refined to maximise performance. Usability. Efficiency. With a feral, stirring exhaust mclaren 720s to match. The call of the wild. Yet not all sounds enhance the driving experience. So noise interference has been minimised. With extra engine bay soundproofing.

This cuts out the frequencies you don’t want. And amplifies the car’s true voice: the engine note. The engine is also positioned as low as possible between the front and rear axles. Maintaining ideal weight distribution and lowering the centre of gravity. For exceptional handling prowess. The 720S anticipates the environment as it changes.

Always alert, the Proactive Chassis Control II system intelligently optimises ride comfort. And keeps the car flat and composed in every mclaren 720s. At the heart of the system is a complex algorithm that constantly monitors vehicle dynamics. Sensors measure wheel acceleration and pressure within the suspension dampers.

Together they read and react to changing conditions and dynamic input – at lightning speed. Optimising ride and handling balance in a split-second. The feel that all this incredible science and engineering conveys is unique. It delivers the driving balance you demand. From track focused grip and control. To refined, high-speed comfort, tailored for epic roads. The Active Dynamics Panel deepens your connection to the 720S further. Simply turn the mode selector between Comfort, Sport and Track to transform the car’s character.

Each mode recalibrates the handling, the powertrain, the gearshifts and suspension. Providing a totally different set of responses. Matching conditions with seamless speed. Performance Maximum Speed 341kph (212mph) mclaren 720s (62mph) 2.9s 0-200kph (124mph) 7.8s Maximum Power 720PS (710bhp) Maximum Torque 770Nm (568lbft) Engine Engine Capacity 3,994cc Type V8, 4.0L Technology Twin Electrically-Actuated Twin Scroll Turbochargers, Dry Sump Braking 100-0kph (62-0mph) 30m (98ft) 200-0kph (124-0mph) 118m (387ft) Weight Dry Weight (Lightest) 1,283kg (2,828lbs) DIN Kerb Weight 1,419kg (3,128lbs) Body Body type Coupé Number of doors 2 Efficiency CO2 Emmissions EU WLTP 276g/km With innovation at the core of all we do, every challenge starts with the same question.

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How can we do it better? This pioneering spirit runs right through McLaren. And the search for perfection is evident in everything we design. And that doesn’t stop with our cars. As we step into an all-new era for McLaren, we’re looking at how we can break boundaries with innovation across our digital platforms, including our website, app and configurators. By Eric Stafford Overview Supercars such as the 720S have the performance of a Formula 1 race car and the body of a fighter jet.

Its innate ability to combine both characteristics are what make this McLaren so fantastic. Dihedral doors and a skull-like expression converge on its convex bodywork, which hides an insanely powerful 710-hp twin-turbo V-8 powertrain.

But this mid-engined exotic—available as a slippery coupe or an exposed convertible—is more than mclaren 720s straight-line speedster. Both body styles deliver world-class steering feedback, surprising ride dexterity, and relentless stopping power. Along with innumerable custom options, the 2020 720S epitomizes the special relationship between car and driver.

What's New for 2020? McLaren introduced the drop-top 720S Spider last year, but the company chose not to make any meaningful changes to the lineup for 2020. Pricing and Which One to Buy Most convertible supercars are compromised by more weight and less rigidity, but the 720S Spider is hardly affected at all. Despite the retractable hardtop adding some weight, the Spider is just as quick as the coupe and its open-air cockpit enhances the driving mclaren 720s.

We'd choose it in the Performance spec, with its carbon-fiber exterior addenda and racy interior upgrades. Likewise, we'd select the Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires for maximum stick and the electrochromic glass roof. Personalization options are extensive and subjective, so the only other add-ons we'd want are the front and rear parking sensors, front-end vehicle lift, and McLaren Track Telemetry with a lap-time recorder and three cameras. Engine, Transmission, and Performance Both the coupe and convertible version cradle a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 that produces 710 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque.

Those totals are funneled through a paddle-shifted seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The 720S coupe we tested at our track rocketed from zero to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds and reached 100 mph in 5.3 ticks. We also had the opportunity to pilot a mclaren 720s version at our annual Lightning Lap, where we called it "wonderfully fun and scary fast." We drove one on a twisting and ill-maintained road in California, where its advanced suspension was able to smooth out imperfections and the steering system was a communicative companion.

The whole experience was further evidence that McLaren has unrivaled chassis tuning. Every Angle of the McLaren 720S at Lightning Lap Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG Since the McLaren 720S clearly isn't a typical commuter car, it doesn't receive the typical EPA certification. We mclaren 720s the mid-engined machine would achieve between 15 mpg in the city, 22 mpg on the highway, and 18 mpg combined. However, we expect its real-world fuel economy to vary drastically depending on how much time it spends with its throttle wide open.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo The core of every 2020 720S is its carbon-fiber tub that helps limit weight and ensure rigidity, all while protecting passengers. Contained within this lightweight structure is a two-seat cabin that caters to the driver.

While its interior design is less flashy than rivals from Ferrari and Lamborghini, the aesthetic is pleasing, and outward visibility is mclaren 720s.

Sure, it can be a pain to mclaren 720s from the low-slung seating position, but that's standard supercar procedure. Instead, the cabin can be outfitted with a variety of premium materials and bespoke options. Don't expect ample space to store small items in the 720's cabin but at least there is a luggage compartment under the hood.

Why We Test: Every Number Tells a Story Infotainment and Connectivity Every 720S is fitted with a vertically oriented 7.0-inch touchscreen that includes conventional features such as Bluetooth, a four-speaker audio system, and two USB ports. Those who want a more powerful audio system to drown out the sound of this six-figure supercar's twin-turbo V-8 can upgrade to a 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins unit. There's also an optional track-data recorder (called McLaren Track Telemetry) with or without three exterior cameras to save lap times and relive moments at the racetrack.

How to Repair, Maintain, and Care for Your Car Safety and Driver-Assistance Features The 2020 720S hasn't undergone crash-testing and likely never will because of its low-volume production numbers. The McLaren supercar also skips traditional driver-assistance technology but offers several useful options that help keep it free of dents and scratches.

Key driver assists include: • Available front and rear parking sensors • Available front-end lift system • Available backup camera Warranty and Maintenance Coverage The McLaren includes a standard warranty plan that spans three years with no mileage limit.

The company also offers extended coverage of up to 12 years with a limit of 12,000 miles per year. • Limited warranty covers 3 years and unlimited miles • Powertrain warranty covers 3 years and unlimited miles • No complimentary scheduled maintenance More Features and Specs
The contours of the 720S are distinctly McLaren, yet the details are boldly different. Our designers took inspiration from the Great White Shark, a beautifully sleek yet brutally efficient hunting machine.

The resulting design for the 720S is exquisite form following ingenious function. The smooth flow mclaren 720s the exterior lines manipulates onrushing air to reduce drag and cool the engine.

Slim pillars on the teardrop-shaped cabin allow for the extraordinary mclaren 720s canopy that floods the interior with daylight and offers unrivalled visibility. An innovation of the technology first seen in the McLaren P1™ hypercar, the MonoCage II mclaren 720s a one-piece carbon fibre tub that now includes the roof.

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Unique to the supercar category, this high-strength, low-weight passenger cell provides unrivalled rigidity, resulting in thrilling driving dynamics and exceptional protection for you and your passenger. The MonoCage II, unique to the 720S, extends over the engine bay and includes wider door apertures that open into the roof. The beating heart of the 720S is a new and fearsomely powerful M840T engine with 720PS. Press the start button and the twin-turbo V8 comes alive with a potent growl that ignites your senses and focuses your mind.

Bathed in vibrant red light, every part of this 4.0-litre unit is refined to maximise power, sharpen responses, and increase fuel efficiency.
Used McLaren 720S For Sale The new McLaren 720S for sale is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine that produces 710 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque. With a dry weight of just 2,828 lbs, the 720S will rocket from 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and mclaren 720s mph in 7.8 seconds. Top speed is a whopping 212 mph. Starting with a solid foundation, the Monocage II is a one-piece carbon-fiber monocoque.

It is an evolution of the P1 design with extensions over the engine, and it incorporates a more conventional door sill. The doors include much of the roof, leaving only a central spine connecting the rear body to the windshield. Additionally, McLaren uses aluminum sub-frames in the chassis and some body mclaren 720s for weight reduction and crash protection.

On the inside, the best innovation is the Folding Driver Display, which can transform in order to provide the driver with two different instrument displays. The standard display shows what you’d expect, giving a full gauge mclaren 720s. In race mode, it folds down into a “streamlined version,” which only displays RPM, Gear, and MPH in a slim strip. This helps to keep your eyes on the track without distractions. The new 720S will be available to buy the Mclaren 720s three different specs: Standard, Performance, and Luxury.

Since the engine only increased by 200cc, the 720S price starts at only $285,000; mclaren 720s bargain compares to other cars of this caliber. 2019 720S Inspired by the almighty Great White Shark, the McLaren 720 S is a bold yet sleek and efficient machine.

Exquisitely engineered from the inside out, this supercar stands out among the crowd. From the teardrop-shaped cabin to the glass canopy down to the smooth and aerodynamic lines that adorn the body of the vehicle, this masterpiece is thrilling in every aspect.

A 4.0-liter V8 engine acts as the heart of this fierce beast by giving way to a startling 710 horsepower, 568 lb-ft of torque and a top speed of 212 MPH. Even more surprising is the marvelous speed at which the McLaren 720 S makes the sprint from 0 to 60: a speedy 2.9 seconds. This nearly instantaneous power is controlled with a state of the art suspension system that is exclusive to the McLaren brand. The cutting-edge technology that lies within the suspension system was developed based on a five-year study at the prestigious University of Cambridge to ensure effortless control regardless of the terrain.

Looking beyond the functionality of this supercar, drivers are delighted with the extensive number of luxurious features included inside of the cabin. Heated leather seats, rear luggage storage, a touchscreen infotainment center, opulent headliner and the inclusion of the McLaren iconic twin-hinged dihedral doors are just the start of breathtaking aspects found within the interior cabin.

As if the performance and interior aren’t awe-inspiring enough, one look at the exterior is fanatically mesmerizing. Color Options • Aurora Blue (Blue) • Chicane (Gray) • Delta Red (Red) • Fire Black (Black) • Ice Silver (Silver) • Mantis Green (Green) • McLaren Orange (Orange) • Napier Green (Green) • Onyx Black (Black) • Pearl White (White) • Sapphire Black (Black) • Silica White (White) • Storm Gray (Gray) • Supernova Silver (Silver) • Tarocco Orange (Orange) • Titanium Silver (Silver) • Volcano Orange (Orange) • Volcano Red (Red) • Volcano Yellow (Yellow) Models For Sale • Senna • 765LT • 600LT • 600LT Spider • 720S Spider • F1 • GT • 12C Coupe • 12C Spider • 570S • 570S Spider • 570GT • 650S • 650S Spider • 675LT • 675LT Spider • 720 S • P1 For Sale • 540C • 570S GT4 • For Sale by Owner For Sale By Owner • For Sale by Owner McLaren 720S Specs, Price, Photos & Review Top Cities for McLaren 720S 720S in Atlanta 720S in St.

Louis 720S in Fort Lauderdale 720S in Charlotte 720S in Los Angeles 720S in Greenwich 720S in Scottsdale 720S in Philadelphia 720S in Miami 720S in San Diego 720S in Chicago 720S in San Francisco 720S in Dallas 720S in Boston 720S in Houston 720S in Cleveland 720S in Orlando 720S in Seattle 720S in New York 720S in TampaThe 720S Spider is a perfect example of this. It’s a car that delivers the best of both worlds… a convertible supercar that’s every bit as thrilling as the Coupe.

That means the same nerve-tingling rush, now available with the roof down. This is a car for those who see more… who look beyond convention and seek out the extraordinary. The 720S Spider is a full-throttle supercar with a retractable roof – all in one beautifully honed package.

Mclaren 720s say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. At McLaren, we believe it’s the elegance of an efficient design. That’s why nothing about the 720S Spider is there for any reason other than out-and-out performance. The dihedral doors may turn heads. But part of their function is to cool the high temperature radiator through air channels in the innovative double skin (and help you access tighter parking spaces). While the new glazed floating cantrails that support the roof also improve powertrain cooling and increase downforce, without increasing drag.

Discover Just 11 seconds. That’s how quickly the 720S Spider’s Retractable Hard Top (RHT) lowers – letting light flood into the cabin. And with the roof down, it’s clear to see how the extraordinary, purposeful design of the car’s exterior flows seamlessly to its interior.

Here, mclaren 720s forms and a sense of lightness reflect McLaren’s technical sophistication. No detail is overlooked… every refinement is present. Ergonomics play a vital role too with perfectly placed controls for driver and passenger alike. Mclaren 720s The performance of the 720S Spider is a tale of two cars.

On the one side, it’s blisteringly fast. With driver engagement mclaren 720s phenomenal. Built on our ground-breaking Monocage II-S (that minimises flex and twist) it provides exceptional levels of feedback. Slip it into Sport or Track mode, and the true athleticism of a car born from a long Formula 1™ heritage is unleashed. Then there’s the other side.

Select Comfort mode, and the 720S Spider transforms. Its pioneering hydraulic suspension creates a relaxing and comfortable drive – tuned perfectly for everyday mclaren 720s through town or country. So whether you’re out for a quick spin or pushing limits at your favourite track, the 720S Spider will perform.

And then some. Discover The McLaren 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine generates a scintillating 720PS and 770Nm. The ultra-lightweight Monocage II-S sets the stage for best-in-class acceleration – unlocking 0-200km/h (0-124mph) in just 7.9 seconds. And contributes to a dry weight as low as 1,332kg with all lightweight mclaren 720s fitted. With an eye-watering top speed of 212mph (341km/h), this is truly a convertible supercar that defies expectations.

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