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McLaren 750S launched in India At A Starting Price Of Rs. 5.91 crore

McLaren, the British supercar maker, has launched the most powerful McLaren 750S in the Indian market at a starting price of Rs. 5.91 crore. The McLaren 720S was remens adidas slim joggers la milanesa borse compensées noires femme old school vans with flames funko pop daredevil netflix andre johnson jerseys crema para bebes pasta al agua old school vans with flames nivea hydratačný micelárny šampón micellar shampoo 400 compensées noires femme andre johnson jersey מסמכים מתוך תיק 3 blade ceiling fan carrera 160 reifen calcolatrice scientifica seno e coseno placed by the 750S, which made its global debut in April 2023. The new supercar will be available in coupe and hardtop convertible body variants.

McLaren 750S Design

2024 McLaren 750S
2024 McLaren 750S

In terms of appearance and design, the 750S and 720S are nearly identical. It has an enlarged rear deck, new wheel arch vents, a wide splitter with air dams, a reworked front bumper, and a massive active wing at the back. It also has sleek LED headlights with DRLS.

McLaren 750S Features

You can tell that the interior and dashboard are completely covered with Nappa leather as soon as you go into the vehicle. On the feature front, it receives a fully digital instrument cluster, vertically stacked eight-inch touchscreen screen, wireless charger, 360-degree camera, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a Bowers & Wilkins-sourced audio system.

2024 McLaren 750S Engine

A 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 gasoline engine with 800 Nm of torque and 740 bhp is the powerplant of the McLaren 750S. It is mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Notably, this supercar can touch the 100kmph mark from a standstill in just over 2.8 seconds and top out at 331kmph, making it the most powerful production car from the brand. In addition to concentrating on power, McLaren has reduced the overall weight of the vehicle by 30 kg when compared to the 720S.

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