A collection of 15 McLaren 720S dedicated to corneringSeptember 27, 2019
McLaren has released themed coupe series 720S, dedicated to the classic European race tracks. The Apex Collection included 15 cars from the MSO branch, each with a commemorative inscription that indicates the maximum speed of the apex on the Grand Prix in one of five countries.
The McLaren 720S Coupé MSO Apex Collection Series features five different thematic designs reflecting the nationality of the racetrack. Four cars are dedicated to Britain and the Abby turn (named after the old Luffield Abbey) on the Silverstone track. On the carbon thresholds of the supercar – the corresponding inscription: 110mph (177 kilometers per hour). This is the maximum speed of passage of the apex in this turn.
Other cars are dedicated to Germany and the Hockenheim Mobil 1 curve (apex speed is 137 kilometers per hour), the French Paul Ricard circuit and the Sin (167 kilometers per hour), the Belgian Spa Francorchs and the O Rouge (166 kilometers per hour), as well as Askari’s chicane (145 kilometers per hour) on the Italian Monza.
All Apex Collection supercars are equipped with a lightweight Track Pack with carbon fiber buckets and a titanium beam for attaching six-point seat belts, as well as a proprietary telemetry system. From the MSO 720S compartment, an active rear spoiler, exhaust system, paddle shifters and an Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel were obtained.
No technical changes. The McLaren 720S Apex Collection is equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 720 horsepower and 770 Nm of torque. Box – seven-step “robot” SSG. From zero to one hundred kilometers per hour, supercars accelerate in 2.9 seconds, to 200 in 7.8 seconds.
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