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New McLaren 750S will cost more than 1 million

The new McLaren 750S was released and will cost more than 1 million reais due to updates. Keep reading and check out the news!

When the McLaren 720S debuted at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, there was a sense that the Woking lads and gals had done something quite special. So its replacement – the new 2024 McLaren 750S brings upgrades.

The engine remains a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. There is a carbon fiber monocoque and the car retains a hydraulic suspension setup. But everything has been tweaked to maximize the potential of the 750S.

The engine makes more power than before, the factory boffins managed to cut any grass they could from the chassis, and the suspension is now the latest PCC III with lighter components and improved geometry.

In addition, the 750S features a faster steering ratio and an electric assist pump. With all this, McLaren claims that the new or changed components represent 30% of the 750S.

In the middle of the teardrop shape is the McLaren M840T four-litre turbocharged V8 engine. For the 750S, boost pressure was increased, while the lighter pistons from the 765LT were added. The flat crank engine, which now produces 740 bhp (750 PS / 552 kW) and 800 Nm of torque.

The 750S is cited as just a hair faster than its predecessor, aided by a reduced final drive ratio, with a 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) time of 2.7 seconds.

So if you keep your foot planted, you'll see 200 km/h in 7.2 seconds and 299 km/h in 19.8 seconds.

McLaren's greatest achievement is the weight saved with the 750S. The British supercar maker claims the 750S leads the segment with its power-to-weight ratio of 579 hp per tonne.

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Apple CarPlay comes standard, along with improved graphics and better touch sensitivity for the center display. A new addition to the center screen incorporates the new McLaren Control Launcher. The MCL allows drivers to save their favorite aero, engine, handling and transmission settings, allowing for greater customization of the driving experience.

If configuring the 750S for the track via the MCL options isn't enough, owners can take it a step further with the new track brake upgrade. Also available are track-oriented Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires, designed with the 750S in mind. They replace the standard Pirelli P Zero or P Zero Corsa tyres.

The President of the Americas McLaren previously suggested that the 2024 McLaren 750S is already sold out next year. But, if you have the asking price of $324,000 for the Coupe or $ 345,000 (R$1,639,666).

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Source: Carscoops