UNITED KINGDOM: McLaren’s motorsport division has announced an updated version of its GT3-spec 720S that promises to deliver even more power and better aero and durability than its predecessor.
McLaren GT3-Spec is ready for evo update
The track-only car is homologated for the 2023 season and features new quick-release fastenings that make it easier for teams to replace parts during races.
One of the critical changes made to the car is the redesigned body panels that generate additional downforce and transfer the car’s overall balance towards the front axle.
The front hood gurney has also been updated to offer better balance and cooling, while the auxiliary lamps have been moved to provide improved visibility at night. The wing gurney is taller at the back to generate better downforce, and there’s also an adjustable wing pylon mechanism.
The 720S GT3 Evo also features TTX40 Öhlins four-way adjustable dampers, new front and rear upper wishbones, closed face bells for the brakes, and new uprights.
The 720S GT3 Evo is available to order as a newly built car or as an upgrade package for existing vehicles. McLaren has also announced that the 750S will supersede the street-legal 720S.
The McLaren 750S will be unveiled in both coupe and convertible body styles in April. With 740 horsepower from a twin-turbo V8 engine, the car offers the “perfect blend” of the 720S and the hardcore 765LT.
According to the media, the 750S will be McLaren’s final non-electrified model and will carry a starting price of $342,000. The car is said to be sold out for this year and 2024 in the United States.
McLaren’s 720S GT3 Evo promises to be a force to be reckoned with on the track, with its improved aero and durability making it an attractive option for racing teams. Meanwhile, the forthcoming 750S looks set to build on the success of the 720S and offer even more power and performance.
With McLaren’s reputation for producing some of the most exciting cars on the road, the 720S GT3 Evo and the 750S are sure to be hotly anticipated by car enthusiasts and racing fans alike.
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