In less than a month, McLaren will finally reveal its most-anticipated 650S successor, the rumored 720S. There have been reports claiming the McLaren 720S to exhibit new hi-tech active chassis, and aerodynamics twice as the 650S. Today, gave its fan base what they have been looking for new details about the new Super Series specifications.
The 720S is powered by a new 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 which provide optimum performance. The engine allows the 720S to accelerate 0-124MPH in just 7.8 seconds, and blitz an outstanding 10.3 seconds standing quarter mile.
McLaren Super Series Vehicle Line Director, Haydn Baker stated, "the new 4.0-liter M840T is an outstanding engine powering an exceptional supercar capable of covering a standing quarter mile in 10.3 seconds. [Its] Power, torque and throttle response are all significantly enhanced compared to the first-generation Super Series, yet with fuel efficiency and emissions also notably improved."
The twin-turbo will also improve the exhaust note of the 720S giving it a crisp and soulful sound. An optional sports exhaust is also available for those who want more earth-shattering aural assault. The V8 engine will be exposed through a cast-aluminum air intake plenum. Lastly, the engine bay illuminates every time the vehicle is unlocked.
The finalized engine and performance specification details will be revealed on March 7th at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Car Buzz revealed the pre-leaked photos of the McLaren 720S previously, and it showed the very stylish Super Series that will soon take on the roads.
The McLaren 720S is enormous statement proving how the company can innovate new and astonishing supercars at a very fast pace. The McLaren 720S will feature the business's new Monocage II which is a new lightweight carbon fiber central structure.
So far, these are the details provided by McLaren. Full details will be announced at the Geneva Motor Show, and fans can no longer wait for this supercar to hit the road. What are your thoughts about the McLaren 720S? Share it in the comment section below.