From a standing start less than a decade ago, McLaren has ridden out some early speed bumps and gone on to blow our collective minds with the likes of the 570S, 675LT, and P1. The 720S signals another major milestone: this is the first time McLaren has completely replaced one of its core cars.
Development work started back in 2013, before the 650S had even been announced, and a big chunk of it was done virtually. The first full validation car was only built and driven 11 months ago, so its path to market has been extremely rapid.
McLaren says 91% of the 720S is new, and the enlarged 4.0-litre engine features 41 per cent new content: turbos, intercoolers, cast-aluminium plenum, cylinder heads, crankshaft, pistons, and exhaust. Topline numbers include 710bhp, 568 torques, 249 CO2s, 0-62mph in 2.9 seconds, 0-124mph in 7.8, and 0-186mph (300km/h, if you prefer) in 21.8.
Taking this McLaren 720S to new levels, Mercedes Benz of Littleton has fitted this McLaren 720S with with 20×9.5 and 21×12.5 Brixton Forged CM6-R Duo Series 2-piece wheels finished in a Firecracker Black (Satin Clear); not only providing flush to fender offsets, the larger / wider wheels visually fill the wheel-well and allows for a larger Michelin 245/30/20 and 325/25/21 tire.
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- VehicleGrey Mclaren 720s
- Wheel Style / Config.Brixton Forged CM6-R Duo Series
- Wheel FinishFirecracker Black (Satin)
- Wheel SizeFront: 20" / Rear: 21"
Tags: Mclaren, Mclaren 720s, 720s, Michelin