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The 750S takes the McLaren ethos to a new apex. True to its DNA, it’s the next-level supercar. Surpassing the benchmarks for performance, engagement and purity of response.
Defined by the relentless pursuit of lightness. Shaped by an innovation and expertise forged and honed in Formula 1™. The 750S is the living, breathing proof that – at McLaren – progress is never over. Every 1/100th of a second and each millimetre counts. Every limit is tested and surpassed.
The lightest and most powerful series production McLaren ever. Delivering a stunning breadth of abilities that allows no compromise. The latest class-leading supercar from a bloodline with a 60-year history.
The 750S takes the mind-bending performance, telepathic handling and lightning responses of the McLaren 720S further. Towards the point where car and driver work as one. From flat-out circuits. To sinuous A-roads. The McLaren ethos drives a constant search for more performance. Less weight. And perfectly judged balance. The objective is deceptively simple in its ambition: class-leading, addictive engagement.
30HP more power and 30Nm more torque play their part. So does 30kg less overall weight. And a 6mm front wider track, twin valve dampers, a quicker steering rack and 15% shorter final drive. As revs rise and the new Standard Sports Exhaust howls, you’ll soon understand what a new benchmark in engagement really means.
In Pursuit of Lightness
Our relentless search to save weight is central to the McLaren ethos. The 750S is true to this approach. And goes further still. It’s 30 kg lighter than before – thanks to specification refinements, material upgrades and CAE analysis.
The 750S weighs just 1389kg. And takes driving dynamics, responses and performance to new heights.
At the heart of the 750S is a 4-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine. Mid mounted for perfect weight distribution. Iconic McLaren engineering and architecture. Enhanced with new components and bespoke calibration. This powerhouse generates 750PS and 800Nm of torque. Evolutionary progress you can feel.
Incredible, enhanced power. Stirring, original voice. The all-new central-exit Standard Sports Exhaust has been acoustically tuned to create a 750S soundtrack that’s all its own.
|90° V8 4.0L
|Twin Electrically-Actuated Twin Scroll Turbochargers, Dry Sump
|750 PS (740 bhp)
|800 Nm (590 lbft)
|7-Speed with Short Final Drive + Reverse Seamless Shift Gearbox (SSG)
Dimensions and Weight
|1,277 kgs (2,815 lbs)
|DIN Kerb Weight
|1,389 kgs (3,062 lbs)
|Fuel Tank Capacity
|72 litres (15.8 UK gallons / 19 USA gallons)
|150 litres (front), 210 litres (rear)
|CO2 Emmissions EU WLTP
|Fuel efficiency EU NEDC
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