The 2018 McLaren 720s features a rear-mounted twin-turbo 4.0L V8 power plant producing 710 horsepower and 568 foot-lbs of torque. Mated with a 7-speed SSG transmission shifted via steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and offered in rear-wheel drive. The adaptive suspension is controlled via McLaren's Proactive Chassis Control II offering Sport, Comfort and Race modes. The 720s can be configured in three trims: Standard, Performance and Luxury.
The 720S comes well-equipped with luxurious amenities for a supercar. Standard features include the option of Napa leather seats wrapped with or without Alcantara, heated electronically controlled wing mirrors, cruise control, automatic leveling LED headlights, LED sequential taillights, dual-zone climate control, a 7-inch infotainment system, a 4-speaker audio system, Bluetooth for hands free connectivity, staggered 19-inch & 20-inch wheels and two USB ports.
Luxury trim adds a few unique interior and exterior options particularly surrounded around material construction for body and interior trim. Standout features include interior and engine bay ambient lighting, McLaren Luxury Interior leather seat material options and heated memory sport seats.
The Performance model brings the 720S down to its lowest possible weight and includes a carbon fiber hood, air intakes, door mirror casings, rear fender air intakes and carbon fiber interior component paneling.
Stand-alone options include: Carbon fiber seats, a power adjustable steering column, interior ambient lighting, a Bowers & Wilkins 12-speaker audio system, McLaren Track telemetry with lap-time functionality, four front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, 360-degree parking assist, a vehicle lift for those in urban areas, a volumetric alarm upgrade and a vehicle tracker. Available with cast or forged variations of 7 wheels, 32 different exterior colors, and 8 brake caliper color choices the 720S is also highly customizable.
Twin Turbo V8 Engine
2.8 Second 0-60
212 Mph Top Speed
Dynamic Drive Settings With Live Data
After its debut last year, the McLaren 720S continues into 2018 essentially unchanged.
With a starting price of just over $284,000 the 720S is priced with the best exotics out there. The Ford GT, Ferrari 488 GTB, and Lamborghini Aventador all come in at similar price points. Luckily, the 720s features next-generation technology that meets, and in some cases beats, the competition, including a new carbon fiber Monocell II chassis design. On the body, each and every line and curve has a purpose, making best use of any airflow, whether it's venting the brakes, spooling turbochargers, or providing aerodynamic downforce. With Luxurious interior amenities and dynamic driving modes that make driving on normal roads a breeze paired with all the F1 technology McLaren is willing to share, the 720S more than justifies its price tag.
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