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720S

The McLaren 720S embodies our relentless quest to push the limits of possibility. Lighter, stronger, faster. It’s all of these and more. But how it makes you feel is altogether something else. Prepare to push the limits of what you thought possible in a supercar.


Carbon Fibre Monocage II

An innovation of the technology first seen in the McLaren P1™ hypercar, the MonoCage II is a one-piece carbon fibre tub that now includes the roof. Unique to the supercar category, this high-strength, low-weight passenger cell provides unrivalled rigidity, resulting in thrilling driving dynamics and exceptional protection for you and your passenger. The MonoCage II, unique to the 720S, extends over the engine bay and includes wider door apertures that open into the roof.

Superior Handling

The immense power of the 720S requires an equally responsive chassis. Proactive Chassis Control II was born from the findings of a five-year PhD course at the University of Cambridge. It gives you enormous ability on all road and track surfaces. Data from an array of sensors enables the 720S to better read the road and select a set-up that maximises grip. From a winding mountain pass to a challenging racetrack, you can push the limit with breathtaking control.

Luxury Interior

One of the most sumptuous leathers in the world extends from the electronically operated and heated seats to the dashboard, headlining and rear luggage area. Finishing touches are provided by exquisite Iridium brightware and details in dark Satin Graphite.

Relentless Power

The beating heart of the 720S is a new and fearsomely powerful M840T engine with 720PS. Press the start button and the twin-turbo V8 comes alive with a potent growl that ignites your senses and focuses your mind. Bathed in vibrant red light, every part of this 4.0-litre unit is refined to maximise power, sharpen responses, and increase fuel efficiency.

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Maximum Power
710
bhp
at 7,250 rpm
Maximum Speed
212
mph
341 km/h
0-60 mph
2.8
sec
0-100 km/h
Maximum Torque
568
lbs/ft
at 5,500 rpm
Maximum Revs
8,500
rpm
V8

Specifications

 

ENGINE

Type 90° V8
Engine M840T
Body Structure Carbon Fibre Monocage II
CO2 emissions 249g/km
Wheel Size (F : R) 19 x 9.0 J Front, 20 x 11.0 J Rear
Maximum Power 720PS (710bhp) (527kW) @ 7,250rpm
Suspension Type Double Wishbone, Adaptive Dampers, Proactive Chassis Control II
Maximum torque 770Nm (568lb-ft) @ 5,500rpm
Maximum revs 8,500 rpm
Dimensions and Weight

Length 179 Inches
Width 85 Inches
Height 47 Inches
Wheelbase 105 Inches
Weight 3,128 lb
Power to weight 0.51 bhp / kg

LOCATION

Miller Motorcars

342 West Putnam

Greenwich, CT 06830

CONTACT

SALES: 800-721-8781

SERVICE: 866-295-8874

Email Us

Sales Hours

Monday Friday 9:00am 6:00pm

Saturday 9:00am 4:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Service Hours

Monday Friday 7:30am 5:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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