2020 McLaren 720S Spider
2020 McLaren 720S Performance Spider, 114 Miles, Sport Exhaust, Great Options!!!
This 2020 McLaren 720S Spider is in as-new showroom condition with just 114 miles registered. Finsihed in Elite Volcano Yellow, this is one of the most stunning super cars on the market. Complete with all original accessories, this spider has been very well appointed with all the right options including Performance Package, Lightweight Wheels, Sports Exhaust and Electrochromic Roof and much more.
Complete Option List:
- Steering Wheel Paddles - MSO Defined - $2,400
- Calipers - Yellow - $1,380
- Carbon Ceramic Brakes
- 10 Spoke Lightweight Forged Wheels - Stealth - $3,850
- Vehicle Lift
- 360 Degree Park Assist - $3,100
- Parking Camera Front and Back
- Parking Sensors Front and Back
- Warning Triangle & First Aid Kit - $80
- Car Cover - $580
- Branded Floor Mats
- Carbon Fiber Exterior Upgrade 1
- 720S Performance - $12,130
- Steering Wheel - Carbon Black Alcantara - $640
- Secondary Interior Components - CF - $2,770
- Steering Column Electric - $1,730
- Electric & Heated Memory Seats - $3,510
- Soft Close Doors
- Rear Fender Air Intake Carbon
- Hood Air Intake Carbon
- Stealth Pack - $1,450
- Sports Exhaust - $5,940
- Door Mirror Carbon
- Roof Electrochromic - $9,100
- Exterior Elite Paint Volcano Yellow - $5,270
- Audio System - 12 Speaker - $4,420
Total MSRP $377,800
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About the 720S:
The McLaren 720S is a British sports car designed and manufactured by McLaren Automotive. It is the second all-new car in the McLaren Super Series, replacing the 650S beginning in May 2017.
The 720S was launched at the Geneva Motor Show on 7 March 2017 and is built on a modified carbon chassis, which is lighter and stiffer in contrast to the 650S.
The 720S features McLaren's new M840T engine. It is a 4.0 LITER twin-turbocharged V8 engine, essentially a rework of McLaren's previous 3.8-litre engine. However, the stroke has been lengthened by 3.6 mm to increase the capacity and 41% of the engine's components are new. The engine produces 720 PS (710 HP) at 7,000 rpm, giving the car its name; the maximum torque is 568 lb⋅ft at 5,500 rpm.
The 720S can accelerate from 0–62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0–124 mph in 7.8 seconds. The 720S can achieve a maximum speed of 212 mph and has a 1/4 mile time of 10.3 seconds.
The 720S's handling is improved with McLaren's Proactive Chassis Control II, which is the culmination of five years of research at the University of Cambridge by PhD students. The 720S also comes with Variable Drift Mode, which manipulates the stability control to help drift the car.
The McLaren 720S has a power to dry weight ratio of 3.92 lb per horsepower, which is better than the McLaren 675LT 4.01 lb per horsepower.
The 720S features twin-hinged dihedral doors and many design features from the McLaren F1. The headlights hide air vents that funnel incoming air to two small radiators in front of the wheels. The doors feature air channels that direct air to the engine. The rear of the car features thin LED tail-lights similar to those on the McLaren P1, and two round exhaust pipes. The design was inspired by the great white shark, and features a teardrop-shaped cockpit. All of the exterior features result in an improvement of 50% more downforce than the 650S. The interior of the car includes a folding driver display and carbon fiber accents. The 720S weighs just 2,829 lbs dry, making it the lightest in its class.
The 720S Spider was introduced in December 2018 as the brand's new open top flagship sports car. Due to the integral roll structure of the monocoque used in the 720S, the Spider did not need additional bracing to compensate for the loss of a fixed roof. The modified monocoque loses the spine running from front to the rear of the car and is dubbed the Monocage II-S. The Spider weighs 100 lbs more than its coupé counterpart due to the retractable hardtop system. The Spider marks the debut of new 10-spoke alloy wheels and new exterior color options.
The roof is a single piece of carbon fiber and takes 11 seconds for operation, 6 seconds quicker than the 650S Spider. The roof can be operated at speeds up to 31 mph. The Spider uses the "flying buttress" as used on all convertible McLaren models. There is an added window on the buttress of the car to increase rear visibility. The retractable window between the roll-over hoops is carried over from the 650S Spider.
The engine and the transmission remain the same as the coupé with the engine generating the same amount of power. The Spider can accelerate to 60 mph from a standstill in 2.9 seconds, to 120 mph in 7.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 212 mph with the top closed. The top speed reduces by 10 mph with the top retracted.
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- 8 Cylinder Engine
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