McLaren 720S Spider supercar added widthJanuary 12, 2020
Novitec has developed an aerodynamic body kit for the roadster
The German tuning studio Novitec has proposed for the McLaren 720S Spider a set of improvements called N-Largo, which will make the supercar much wider.
For those who are not satisfied with the appearance of the British McLaren 720S Spider roadster, the Bavarians from Novitec made an extravagant aerodynamic body kit made of carbon fiber. The kit with the “talking” name N-Largo includes new bumpers, fenders and sills, as well as wheel spacers, necessary to prevent the new Vossen wheels from drowning in wheel arches – 20-inch in front and 21 in back. The studio claims that the body kit was carefully modified in the wind tunnel to achieve maximum efficiency.
At the same time, Novitec finalized the four-liter V8 turbo engine, increasing its power from 710 to 794 horsepower by installing a new engine control unit and a sports exhaust system. As a result, the “wide” McLaren 720S Spider accelerates from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.7 seconds (0.2 seconds faster than the standard version), and up to 200 kilometers per hour in 7.5 seconds (0, 3 seconds faster). The maximum speed also changed, but not so significantly: 346 instead of 341 kilometers per hour.
The Bavarians will make only 15 cars with a package of modifications N-Largo and, in addition to changing the appearance and increasing power, they are also ready to work on the interior of each of these roadsters – “leather and Alcantara can have literally any color that you can imagine”, assure at Novitec. The studio also notes that all work is carried out “with the greatest love of detail.” The cost of a set of improvements is not reported.
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