McLaren has unveiled its latest supercar, the 750S, which boasts an updated design, more power, and a lighter weight. While not a radical departure from previous models, the 750S features a number of improvements that make it faster and more enjoyable to drive. The twin-turbo V8 engine has been upgraded with a new flat-plane crank, resulting in an extra 30 horsepower and a total output of 740. The exhaust has also been redesigned for a more aggressive sound at high RPM.
The 750S sheds 66 pounds from its predecessor, thanks to a number of weight-saving measures such as a lightweight carbon fiber construction and optimized aerodynamics. The Spider variant is only 108 pounds heavier than the coupe, and both versions can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds. The top speed is an impressive 206 mph, making the 750S one of the fastest supercars on the market.
The exterior design changes are relatively subtle, with larger air intakes at the rear, a revised rear end with a mesh insert, and an extended front splitter. Customers can also choose an optional clear cover to show off the V8 engine. Deliveries of the 750S are expected to begin in the third quarter of 2024, and McLaren enthusiasts are sure to be eagerly awaiting the chance to get behind the wheel of this stunning new model.