“Beast”… The news McLaren 750S sets a new benchmark for supercar performance and driver excitement. It is the lightest and most powerful McLaren in production, powered by one powerful V8 engine, it is rear-wheel drive and is manufactured in two bodies, a coupe and a convertible.

Designed and built after meticulous analysis of the McLaren 720S, the new 750S combines advances in weight saving, powertrain performance, aerodynamics and dynamic excellence to elevate the driving experience to new heights. Around 30% of its components are either new or changed to deliver these improvements and enhance the emotional connection to the car.

The use of all available options in terms of construction materials including carbon fiber has resulted in a significant reduction in weight. The weight of the coupe is only 1,277 kg. Achieved class-leading power-to-weight ratio, 587 hp per ton.

The V8 4.0 engine, twin turbocharger, with a power of 750 hp and a torque of 80.8 kgm. provides excellent performance. The McLaren 750S accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 2.8” and from 0-200 km/h in 7.2”. Acceleration is enhanced by the optimized gear ratio and revised kickdown control strategy.

The electro-hydraulic assist system in the 750S has been further improved with a faster steering ratio and greater steering linearity. It offers sharper cornering, is even more agile and inspires even more confidence in the driver.

The new software enhances the dynamic capabilities of the 750S while improving the comfort and usability offered by the McLaren 720S. For the driver, the vehicle’s character is chosen by choosing between three handling modes – Comfort, Sport or Track – each focusing on a different driving experience depending on personal preferences and conditions.

For drivers who wish to explore the full dynamic capabilities of the 750S, the McLaren Variable Drift Control or VDC, allows them to adjust the level of traction control system intervention independently of the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) setting. This adaptability means that the driver can move seamlessly from the stage where the car’s electronic systems intervene regularly to a stage where they do not intervene at all.

Strong braking performance is enhanced by the larger surface area of ​​the active rear wing, which fully deploys in less than half a second, increasing rear downforce to improve high-speed stability under braking and reduce stopping distances. Carbon ceramic discs are combined with a new brake booster that improves pedal feel.