DMC’s Rhein Is A 1,000 HP McLaren 720S With A Menacing Look

The McLaren 720S has received a new tuning kit from DMC. Dubbed the ‘Rhein’, this British supercar is currently in its ‘teasing’ phase, but the tuner has announced that only 10 units will be available globally, each one with a different color.

Two units are destined for mainland China, another one for Hong Kong, Taiwan or Macau and one apiece for North America, Switzerland, South East Asia, Japan, Korea, Russia and Dubai.

As for the financial part, the bumper kit has a starting price of $19,990, whereas the full package costs $89,990, or about $30,000 more than a new BMW M2 Competition in the U.S.

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The most significant mod allows the car’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 to produce a massive 1,000 horsepower. To achieve this output, DMC has worked on the factory turbochargers, upgrading their internals and squeezing out nearly 300 extra horses. Meanwhile, the stock 720S requires 2.9 seconds to sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h), 7.8 seconds to hit 124 mph (200 km/h) and has a 212 mph (341 km/h) top speed.

On the outside, the supercar gets a carbon fiber body kit, complete with a reworked bumper, side skirts, rear diffuser and a wing spoiler that can be attached without glue or drilling.

In an attempt to match the color of the exterior, the cockpit is going to be unique to each car.

DMC will drop more information, along with a generous image gallery, in the near future. In the meantime, you can check out the one official image below.


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