The 2024 McLaren 750S – available in coupe or convertible form- sets a new standard for lightweight supercar performance and driver excitement.
In fact, the 2024 McLaren 750S supercar in either form is the lightest and most powerful series-production McLaren to date, featuring a V8 engine and rear-wheel drive.
In other words, it sets a new benchmark in performance, engagement, and purity of response.
So you might be wondering: Should I buy it in coupe or spider form? And if I choose the wind-in-your-hair spider will I be sacrificing performance?
The answer is: Not really.
According to those who have driven the car, the Spider (convertible) doesn’t sacrifice much in terms of performance.
According to Carbuzz, for instance: “With the new McLaren 750S Spider convertible, you can go the roofless route and very likely not notice any difference in acceleration or handling, all thanks to the incredibly strong carbon fiber monocoque that requires no additional reinforcement in this application.”
The media outlet also noted that the 750S Spider shares its foundations with the previous – and much beloved – 720S Spider. But, like the coupe version, it’s lighter, more powerful, and has an updated driver-centric interior.
“Its twin-turbocharged V8 now produces 740 horsepower, and its soundtrack is amplified when the Retractable Hard Top (RHT) is lowered. Along with the 750S Coupe, this is also one of the last newly introduced McLaren supercars to do without any form of electrification.”
In fact, if you like driving with the top down keep in mind that everything is magnified by the 750S Spider’s glorious new exhaust note and the fact that it is literally direct music to your ears when the top is down.
Defined by the relentless pursuit of lightness and shaped by innovation and expertise forged and honed in Formula 1, the 2024 McLaren 750S in either form is the living, breathing proof that – at McLaren – progress is never over.
Every 1/100th of a second and each millimeter counts. Every limit is tested and surpassed.
It’s the latest class-leading supercar from a bloodline with a 60-year history.
In fact, this supercar is the lightest and most powerful series-production McLaren to date, featuring a V8 engine and rear-wheel drive.
The 750S was developed with meticulous attention to detail, with around 30 percent of its components being new or changed to deliver improved weight-saving, powertrain performance, aerodynamics, and dynamic excellence.
McLaren’s dedication to performance-based innovation is evident in features such as carbon fiber-shelled racing seats that are 38.6 lbs lighter than the base seats in a 720S.
You can immediately feel the exceptional levels of excitement, precision, agility, sensation, and responsiveness.
Best of all: These qualities are evident even at lower speeds and are attributed to the car’s low weight, which is only 3,062 lbs (DIN) – 66 lbs lighter than a 720S. McLaren’s commitment to lightweight engineering is also exemplified by the carbon fiber-shelled racing seats that are 38.6 lbs lighter than the base seats in a McLaren 720S.
Additionally, the 10-spoke ultra-lightweight forged wheels are the lightest ever fitted as standard on a series-production McLaren, saving 30.4 lbs.
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The 750S’ 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 engine delivers an impressive 730 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, allowing the 750S to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds – faster than its closest competitor on both measures.
The optimized transmission gearing and revised kickdown control strategy amplify in-gear acceleration. The car’s performance-based innovation philosophy is evident in these features. This is a car for the ultimate motorsport adventure.
The 2024 McLaren 750S is ready to rocket you into a new dimension. Starting at $324,000.
The McLaren 750S Spider is simply the next-level convertible supercar, setting a new benchmark in performance, engagement, and purity of response.
With the added sensory thrill of the elements – wind like you’ve never felt it before.
McLaren 750S Spider is equipped with a beautifully engineered Retractable Hard Top (RHT) that glides up or down in just 11 seconds at speeds up to 31 mph.
In short, you can’t go wrong with the 750S Spider.
Born to engage your senses with unmatched intensity. The latest class-leading supercar from a bloodline with a 60-year history. What are you waiting for?
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