The McLaren 720S is a supercar that we don’t see being tuned very often, likely since it's plenty fast in its standard guise. However, Novitec figured it was time to give the McLaren some attention. The resulting 720S package includes some aerodynamic tweaks and a slight bump in power.
Using the Novitec N-tronic Power Stage 3 ECU kit, the 720S’s twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8 gets a slight bump in power from the stock 527 kW and 770 N.m to 592 kW and 878 N.m. A stainless steel exhaust system, complete with metal catalysts and custom Novitec tailpipes, is fitted as well.
Despite the 720S being a razor-sharp supercar on its standard suspension, the custom package also features an upgrade in this area. The spring kit lowers the ride height to further improve the centre of gravity and is fully adjustable for the driver’s preference.
Finally, it wouldn’t be a Novitec build if there were no carbon-fibre aerodynamic additions. The 720S can be fitted with a front lip and spoiler, "flicks" and air intakes. Side panels, door-mirror covers, an engine cover, a side-wall intake rear bumper cover, a diffuser and a rear spoiler are all available, alongside other pieces. An array of alloy wheels is offered as well.
According to Novitec, this revised 720S will hit three figures from standstill in just 2,7 seconds (two-tenths quicker than standard, before topping out at a lofty 346 km/h. The tuner, though, has confirmed that a more powerful N-Largo edition is on the cards...
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