The McLaren 720S is a two-door, futuristic-looking supercar unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2017. Its design was a joint endeavor by Frank Stephenson and Robert Melville, delivering such outstanding results that many motorsport experts still argue nowadays that this British roadster remains "Today's Greatest Supercar." This McLaren is made out of carbon fiber and features a light curb weight for its market segment, with 3128 Lbs. The aggressive aerodynamics of the exteriors, such as the stunning butterfly doors, and its top-notch interiors with tailor-made materials of the highest possible quality, can impress even the pickiest of drivers out there. The M840T 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 engine under its hood can develop maximum power of 720 PS (530kW 710hp) at 7500RPM 568lb-ft (770nm) at 550 RPM of torque. We're dealing with a complete speed monster machine with a mind-blowing 0-60 MPH acceleration time under 3 seconds and a top speed of 212 MPH.
The McLaren 720S is one of the smoothest supercars anyone can have the pleasure to own and drive, a true jewel coming on a rear-wheel-drive layout and a 7-speed SSG transmission. It boasts impressive features like its independent adaptive dampers, dual wishbones, or proactive chassis control II suspensions from a mechanical perspective. The car leaves the factory with Pirelli P Zero™ Trofeo R245/35/R19 93Y (XL) tires on the front and 305/30/R20 103Y (XL) on the rear, all packed with carbon-ceramic discs for braking. Its current value of $219,998 and low production volume make it a dream car for most fans. Considering its incredible carbon-fiber construction, impeccable handling capabilities, stunning looks, and overall capabilities, the few people who own this supercar are genuinely blessed to drive it from time to time.