McLaren has revealed its all-new 720S Super Series at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The successor of the 650S will cost £208,600 and is available to order now, and first deliveries are anticipated this summer.
The first order of business is choosing from the three trim levels: the base model, Performance, and Luxury. Choosing the Luxury model will add features such as heated and memory sports seats, silver exterior window surrounds, ambient lighting for the interior cabin and engine bay. Performance versions will feature a carbon fiber exterior package and carbon fiber interior components.
The new McLaren 720S online configurator is now live, allowing customers to select and preview the ideal specifications for their new car. Customers can choose from an extensive array of interior options, multiple wheels designs, eight different brake caliper colors and paint colors. In addition, there's also the ability to choose whether the carbon tub is visible or cover in carpet, what color the exhaust tips, and choose from a standard Pirelli P Zero tires or the stickier Corsas.
The new 710bhp coupe is the first second-generation Super Series supercar that will be built at the McLaren Technology Center in Woking. Built around McLaren's new Monocage II carbon fiber tub, the car's shell has been crafted with the know-how gleaned from building the McLaren P1.
Under the car's aluminum skin and attached to its carbon structure is a reworked chassis. The new supercar does not use conventional anti-roll bars. Instead, all four dampers are hydraulically connected, and an onboard management system allows independent movement when a more comfortable ride is needed.
The new McLaren 720S is powered by a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine that produces 710bhp. The new Super Series model can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just less than 2.9 seconds. Top speed is estimated to be at 212 mph. Click here if you want to see the platform.