LEAKED: The McLaren 720S Looks Awesome From All Angles


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Having seen its side profile, courtesy of a leak from a private reveal of McLaren’s latest Super Series model, for a brief period of time Bloomberg was kind enough to leak a couple more pictures of the 650S successor, as well as confirm its name. The McLaren 720S, as we’ve been calling it for months now, will feature diehedral doors extending into the roof, as revealed when McLaren introduced the new Monocage II carbon-fiber chassis, and we can now see these raised giving us a chance to inspect the interior, details of which were recently shared.

As well as looking the part, the new falcon doors also improve access to the low slung supercar. The all-new lightweight structure affords the 720S a distinctly different roofline, and with some serious aerodynamic bodywork, the slippery supercar is said to be twice as aerodynamically efficient as the 650S. With over 700 horsepower on tap generated from a reworked version of McLaren’s turbo V8 we expect to be increased from 3.8 to 4 liters, top speed should be in excess of 205 mph, while the 720S will sprint from 0-62 mph in less than three seconds. Look out for a full set of live pictures from the Geneva show floor early next week.

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