Design The new 720S looks beautifully modern, flaunting thin LED brake lights, aggressive curves and butterfly style doors that open up to reveal the car’s spectacular interior in all its glory.

Undeniably a McLaren, the 720S is rooted in pure aerodynamic principles, with purposeful form that has zero superfluous aspects to it. Everything has a purpose. Even things that aren’t there – the absence of radiator intakes on the side of the car. Interestingly this is achieved using the unique double skin aerodynamic form of the dihedral door which channels air to the high-temperature radiators that cool the phenomenal mid-mounted engine. Could there be anything that personifies McLaren’s design ambition more?

And in true McLaren style the interior is a luxurious haven, featuring the finest leathers and aluminium switches. A cosseting haven you long to return to, whether driving into town or back from the track.
Performance Powered by a fearsomely powerful twin turbo V8 engine displacing 4-litres, this new model is lighter, stronger and faster. Outputting 720PS and with a focus on driving joy, every part of the new powerplant is refined to maximise power and sharpen responses.

From a standstill to 100km/h (62mph) takes less than 3 seconds and just 5 seconds later the car has passed the 200 km/h (124mph) mark on its way to its max speed of 341km/h (212mph). Of course, such impressive acceleration requires braking that’s equally as impressive. And the 720S can come to a halt from 200 km/h (124mph) in just 4.6 seconds. That’s quicker than it took you to read the last sentence.
Technology Despite the striking looks and extraordinary power, the new technology features found in the new model are arguably most impressive, boasting a new Proactive Chassis Control II system and variable drift control.

Added to this is McLaren’s expertise in carbon fibre structures which underpins the construction of the new 720S. The architecture is based around a new carbon fibre ‘tub’ and upper structure, the McLaren Monocage II. This delivers extreme strength and rigidity in a very lightweight structure.

But most noteworthy is the revolutionary foldable digital gauge display system, called the McLaren Driver Interface, that gives you finger-tip control on how much information you want to view – so you can enjoy the drive without any distractions.
Reviews “In accelerating from rest to 60mph in less than 3.0sec and to 190mph from rest within a measured mile, in stopping from 70mph in less than 40 metres and in coming within a fraction of a second of smashing our all-time dry handling circuit lap record, it has shown itself to be a car of incredible, almost unprecedented speed and purpose.”