McLaren Automotive has launched the McLaren 720S, a supercar, which marks the dawn of a new era in the McLaren Super Series. The mid-engined, rear-wheel drive two-seater is the successor to the 650S Coupé. It is a bold reinterpretation of McLaren’s design language.

Featuring a carbon-fibre chassis, the 720S has a lightest dry weight of 1,283 kilograms and a spacious interior. With a maximum speed of 341km/h, the supercar has a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine. Fuel efficiency and sustainability are among its strengths – it has 249g/km CO² emissions.

The supercar’s aluminium bodywork is “shrink-wrapped” around a carbon fibre structure for a futuristic look and optimal aerodynamic efficiency. Drivers can choose from Comfort, Sport or Track mode.

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The McLaren 720S comes in 20 colours including the signature McLaren orange. The model is now available in Hong Kong with a price tag of HK$4.88 million and up.

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