2018 McLaren 720S Coupe

$329,990

2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe
2018 McLaren 720S Coupe 2018 McLaren 720S Coupe

Vehicle Details

Mileage
1,721
Body Style
Coupe
Exterior Color
Volcano Yellow
Interior Color
Black
Stock Number
W001294
VIN
SBM14DCAXJW001294
Transmission
Automatic
Engine
 
Drivetrain
RWD

Bentley Scottsdale
7111 East Chauncey Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85054
480-538-4300
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Seller's Notes

The McLaren 720S is the hotly anticipated new model to replace the vaunted 650S, and marks the first vehicle in the second generation of McLaren Super Series vehicles. Where every current McLaren has been built upon the same platform and utilizes the same basic engine, the McLaren 720S is the first to utilize a newly developed carbon fiber MonoCage II - a lightweight unibody chassis to reduce overall weight and increase rigidity - and a newly developed 4.0-liter V8 engine. This is the model with which McLaren is taking the fight to the Ferrari 488GTB in a turbocharged war of wits and engineering. The signature dihedral doors open large apertures, whilst the new MonoCage II features narrower sills to aid ingress and egress. Despite this, it still requires some effort to drop into the low two-seater supercar. The interior is spacious, though, and features a standard glass roof to add an air of openness to the cabin - in contrast to the bucket seats that offer a snug hold on the occupants. The interior is decidedly driver-orientated and features a new McLaren Driver Interface, unoriginally dubbed the Folding Driver Display. In standard driving modes, the display features a full array of information including revs, speedometer, fuel gauge, trip monitors etc, but in Slim Display Mode - linked to drive modes or available at the push of a button, the display folds to allow greater forward visibility, and only displays essential driving information like a tachometer and speedometer. The 720S also features a new 8.0-inch touch screen infotainment setup, once again portrait in orientation. As we now expect, active aerodynamics and smart suspension technology are standard fit, including an active rear wing that doubles as an air-brake for increased stopping power - something the McLaren 720S does with great efficiency. For the 720S, McLaren introduces a Comfort mode to the drive modes, which pairs with the second generation of McLaren's hydraulic suspension. It works, better than in any model before it. On broken surfaces, the ride is more compliant than a 540C, and possibly better than even a Porsche 911. The flip side is that it resists body lean and controls the 2828 pound 720S with incredible precision. Regardless of the surface, body control is exceptional - the chassis unfazed by mid-corner bumps - and grip levels from the driven rear wheels is massive, until you want otherwise, when the Variable Drift Control comes into play. -