Wokings newest Supercar the 2024 McLaren 750s shuns electrification for old school tactics

When it comes to making Supercars (or Hypercars) one of the most focused and organized brands is McLaren. It is said that their factory is a clean zone with climate-controlled environments in order to optimize the building of the brand’s sought-after vehicles.

Mclaren 750s Inline 3

2024 McLaren 750S

So it comes as no surprise that its newest Supercar has found a way to break the new norm of electrification = more power. Say hello to the 750S and it goes back in time to unlock modern performance.

Mclaren 750s Inline 2

The 750S is the brand’s replacement for the aging 720S, and instead of slapping on hybrid or electric technology, the automaker decided to just lessen the weight and add a boatload of power. The 750S has a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that rips out 750 PS (Hence the name) and 800 Nm of torque. Those figures are actually more than the P1 hypercar which had the help of electrification. Its transmission is a beefed-up 7-speed sequential unit that allows the 750S to sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds.

Mclaren 750s Inline

As for the weight, the 750S is 30 kg lighter than the outgoing 720S model. If you opt in for all the carbon parts though the weight drops further and makes the 750S the lightest and most powerful McLaren ever produced. Inside the 750S is a typical minimalist and driver-focused interior that sports new Alcantara materials.

The brand says that they are now taking reservations at retail stores and customers can choose between the Coupe or the Spider Convertible.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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