The Dodge Charger Hellcat in question has over 900 hp and gives the McLaren 720S a good fight.
Kathy Cargill loves driving her McLaren Senna through the Colorado mountains.
Hennessey’s Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is quicker on paper, but the McLaren 720S has an impressive record.
Both the 720S and Senna are powered by twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8s, but each has its own, distinct character.
This latest review of the 2020 McLaren GT portrays it as an imperfect Jack of all trades.
Despite belonging in different segments and being priced accordingly, the two are much closer than you’d expect.
This P1, owned by a real estate mogul, is clad in matte carbon fiber and is chassis number 142 of 375.
The tuned Corvette ZR1 has 1200 hp while the McLaren makes do with 710, at least officially, but even so, it managed to put up a good fight.
The Senna lapped VIR a full 2.9 seconds faster than a Porsche 911 GT2 RS, a blistering fast machine in its own right.
Although not exactly direct rivals, they’re both really fast and capable around the track, so it makes for an interesting comparison.
This particular Volvo V50 has 550 hp to play with, but is that enough to beat the McLaren? Let’s see.
John Hennessey’s personal McLaren 600LT is powerful enough to hang with the slippery 720S.