Loaded with plenty of technology and the horsepower to match, the 720S makes a great introduction for the second generation of McLaren Super Series cars.
Oh, hell yes.
The McLaren 720S packs a new 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8.
With about 710 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque, it'll hit 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.
The carbon fiber monocoque has been adjusted to permit easier ingress and egress for owners.
Its full-width rear wing can act as an airbrake, and it'll move around to either maximize downforce or minimize drag.
Its Proactive Chassis Control system will keep the shiny side up, but it can let loose a bit for some proper drifty action, if one so chooses.
The electrical system is 6 pounds lighter, the new brakes shed another 4 pounds and the suspension is a whopping 32 pounds lighter than before.
Tech derived from its Formula 1 efforts brakes the inside rear wheel to cut down on understeer and transfer power to a wheel with greater traction.
There's even a data-capture system that measures and records throttle angle, g forces and lap timing for all the track rats out there.
The 2018 McLaren 720S will make its way to owners starting in May.
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