TopCar’s McLaren 720S “Fury” Body Kit Is Quite Devilish

Russian tuner TopCar has set out to build a McLaren 720S body kit that will more or less look like something McLaren themselves would have made.

In fact, they were adamant about this issue earlier this month when they posted a few renderings on social media, saying that their goal was to make the most aggressive-looking kit possible without spoiling the car’s factory aesthetics in a negative way.

The images you see below have also been rendered into existence; however, they show exactly how the prototype, which will see the light of day “in the very near future”, or more accurately before the end of 2019, will look like.

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So what can we expect from the 720S Fury once it’s ready to hit the road? For starters, if the tuner’s Porsche 911 Stinger program is anything to go by, additional power is not out of the question. Of course, the 720S is hardly in need of more power, but if it does end up getting it… well, let’s just say you’ll probably have a hard time running into something capable of taking you down.

In stock form, the 720S’ 4.0-liter twin turbocharged V8 is good for 710 HP (720 PS / 530 kW) and 568 lb-ft (770 Nm) of torque. In a straight line, it can hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.9 seconds, before maxing out at 212 mph (341 km/h). Like we said, then, no need for more power – but no one ever said “no” to such a proposition…

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  • Bo Hanan

    Not a fan of the wheels but I like the body kit. Upmarket and NOT aftermarket.
    And the front end looks like a catfish in the good way.

  • Bash

    I like that. looks a little but less Raccoonish imo.

  • eb110americana

    That’s a hard “no” from me. It looks like it’s being eaten by its body kit. And goofy fins over the taillights, why?

    • Denzel

      Cause Batman wants it in Black that’s why lol jk. It’s a no from me too

  • Smith

    That is definitely the worst green I have every seen on a car. It looks horrible.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    The back is the only good angle.

  • Stephen G

    I’m generally not a fan of design improvements using 2 sided tape but this doesn’t look too bad, even the green. Wheels, meh.

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