A 2016 720S has been converted for testing purposes and, even not all the aero bits are there, its identity is obvious.
It took this Lego Technic builder two years to create this scale 720S that mimics the actual car extremely well.
The upcoming Macca should have 750 PS from the tweaked twin-turbo V8, hence its name.
The actual Speedster will most likely be powered by a twin-turbo V8 with close to 800 HP.
The Aventador S has more oomph and all-wheel drive, so it must be the winner, right. Right?.
The kit costs nearly $90,000 and is limited to 10 units globally, each one sporting a different color.
In one of the first scenes, they are in a McLaren 720S trying to lose Idris Elba who’s chasing them on a motorcycle.
The impressive body kit will be made available to customers before the end of 2019.
It may cost only £315 ($400) but the McLaren 720S Ride-On comes equipped with dihedral doors.
Uncomfortable seatbacks and insufficient storage – is that all that’s wrong with the open-top Macca?.
The McLaren 720S could have easily taken on a great deal more damage had the truck not spun.
It’s all leather and Alcantara inside this bright red McLaren 720S supercar.