McLaren’s latest Super Series model, the 720S, is currently one of the fastest supercars on Earth, yet this example just left the DMC workshop with a bunch of technical and visual mods.
Covering the former part are the new exhaust system and tuned ECU, which lift the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine’s output to 755 PS (744 hp / 555 kW) and 780 Nm (575 lb-ft) of torque.
DCM claims that with the extra 35 PS (35 hp / 26 kW) and 10 Nm (7 lb-ft) of torque, the McLaren 720S slashes one tenth of a second from the official 2.9 seconds required for the 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint, whereas top speed probably remains the same at 341 km/h (212 mph).
With the power bump completed, the tuner went on adding a new front bumper with an attached apron that uses the original mounting points and is made from carbon fiber. There are new side skirts as well, and a copy of the original base wing made from the same lightweight material sits at the back.
The German tuner says that “McLaren’s Brake-Wing function still works”, and there are “no errors when using the aerodynamic solution”.
No interior upgrades are available, but before rounding things up, DMC installed a new forged aluminum wheel set. The 9.5×20-inch front and 11×21-inch rear rims have a dark look and come with a set of Pirelli tires, 245/30 and 305/25 in size, respectively.
DMC hasn’t announced other possible future updates for the British supercar, but given that their 570S comes with as much as 642 PS (651 hp / 486 kW), it’s not unreasonable to think they might be planning a more impressive power increase for the 720S.