Upgraded McLaren 720S accelerates to 100 km / h in 1.6 secondsDecember 19, 2019
Tuning masters were able to improve the acceleration time of the British coupe. The sports coupe was able to drive 402 meters in just 8.999 seconds, accelerating to 257.22 km / h, which is impressive.
I must say that the British sports coupe McLaren 720S is a very interesting car – almost all car critics unanimously say that the brand’s engineers were able to make their new product very fast, while it has no serious competitors. Numerous videos on the Internet show how the McLaren 720S “finds out relationships” with other supercars and very, very few can compete with him on equal terms.
Despite the fact that the 720S in stock is a very powerful car, a tuner was found that nevertheless believed that the British coupe was capable of more. And I must say that they did everything and for this it was necessary to install only two simple modifications. According to the published video above, a more efficient exhaust system with a downpipe is all you need in order to accelerate a car from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 2 seconds.
Two upgraded McLaren 720S visited the racetrack to showcase their new features.
That instance of the tuned McLaren coupe, which is the first to start the race, was able to drive 402 meters in just 8.999 seconds, accelerating to 257.22 km / h, which is impressive. Then the second 720S, with a white body color, showed the following results – travel time 402 meters 8.953 seconds, top speed 252.09 km / h.
In its standard form, the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine produces 710 horsepower and 770.105 Nm of torque. The maximum speed is 341 km / h, and McLaren claims that the supercar can accelerate to a speed of 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds. New from McLaren is not cheap – its initial price is $ 300,000
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