2024 McLaren 750S Revealed, Makes More Power than Old 720S

As the successor to the McLaren 720S, the new 750S features a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine that generates 740bhp and 800Nm of torque, which is more powerful than the McLaren P1.

By Divyam Dubey | on April 26, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

The McLaren 720S replacement has arrived. There are several improvements and refinements to the 750S over its predecessor, and over 30 per cent of the supercar's components are new. Both the coupe and the hardtop convertible were unveiled by the British manufacturer. Some may look at the new model's updated appearance and assume that McLaren just gave its mass-produced supercar a cosmetic makeover but that's not the case. It would be fair to say that the improvements made to the replacement of the 720S are evolutionary rather than revolutionary. The flat-plane-crank V-8 utilised in the 765LT, which is designed for racing, has the same lightweight pistons. The McLaren P1-inspired configuration sees the four exhaust pipes merge into a single central outlet. The 2024 Mclaren 750S starts at Rs 2.65 crore (ex-showroom).

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2024 Mclaren 750S: Exterior

McLaren's design ethos has been refined even further with the release of the new 750S supercar. A revised bumper directs airflow into the updated eye sockets which now house the LED lights and provide air access to the low-temperature radiators. The bigger active rear wing is complemented with a new, longer front splitter, improving aerodynamic stability.

McLaren 750S Side Rear

In order to accommodate the centre-exit exhaust system inspired by the P1, designers raised the active rear wing on the coupe and convertible by two inches. McLaren also boosts the 750S' appearance by adding a new rear bumper, a mesh grille, and a redesigned rear deck.

2024 Mclaren 750S: Interior

The inside is upholstered in Alcantara as standard, with optional TechLux and Performance packages. The inside of the former is upholstered in luxurious Nappa leather, while that of the latter is a mixture of leather and Alcantara. A new dark metal finish and adaptable ambient lighting are two of McLaren's latest improvements to the cabin.

McLaren 750S Interior

In the new model, the instrument cluster is housed in a binnacle that is mounted to the steering column, and new screens are installed in the cabin. With the new McLaren Control Launcher, drivers can store their preferred aerodynamic, handling, engine, and gearbox settings and call them up with the push of a button.

2024 Mclaren 750S: Powertrain

Under its familiar skin, the new McLaren houses a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine. It has a higher power-to-weight ratio than the McLaren P1 and can generate 740bhp. The power is sent to the rear wheels through a revised seven-speed sequential gearbox.

McLaren 750S Engine

The 750S will hit the market with a wide range of customisation choices. Larger ceramic rotors, monobloc callipers, a new booster and vacuum pump, and Formula 1-inspired calliper cooling technologies are all part of an upgraded track braking system based on the Senna's system. Customers may also choose for improved Pirelli P Zero Corsa or Trofeo R tyres, and ultralight carbon fibre racing seats.

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2024 Mclaren 750S: Performance

Both the coupe and the spider version of the 750S can sprint to 100km/h in 2.7 seconds. The spider takes an additional 0.1 seconds longer to reach 200km/h (7.3 seconds vs 7.2 seconds of the coupe) and 0.6 seconds longer (20.4 seconds vs 19.8 seconds of the coupe) to reach 300km/h. Both vehicles have different quarter-mile timings. The coupe finishes in 10.1 seconds while the Spider takes 10.3 seconds. They are both capable of reaching their maximum speed of 331km/h.

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