Although not exactly direct rivals, they’re both really fast and capable around the track, so it makes for an interesting comparison.
John Hennessey’s personal McLaren 600LT is powerful enough to hang with the slippery 720S.
Can the McLaren 720S beat a Porsche 918 Spyder’s lap record at Willow Springs?.
The McLaren 720S Speedster pictured includes a glorious wraparound windshield.
The McLaren 720S Coupe MSO Apex costs upwards of £288,813 in the UK, including the VIP race track experience.
Thanks to its hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive, the 918 Spyder can hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 2.5 seconds, scaring some serious machinery.
The driver of this McLaren 720S got a rude surprise from an undercover VW Passat police car.
Although it’s not wearing the final aero pack, the prototype of this 750LT (name unconfirmed) lapping the ‘Ring shows it is inching closer to production.
The MSO Defined carbon fiber active rear spoiler is available for both the McLaren 720S as well as the 720S Spider.
The McLaren 720S Spider’s twin turbo V8 engine now puts down 806 PS courtesy of Novitec.
Both have been fitted with aftermarket exhausts and, while no performance numbers are available, the Macca seems to have an advantage.
A 2016 720S has been converted for testing purposes and, even not all the aero bits are there, its identity is obvious.