McLaren's latest addition to the Super-Class is the 720S version with a 325-kilometer-hour capacity with a lowered roof.
The top of the 720S adds a little weight but still manages to stay lighter than its competitors. The retractable hard and tonal drive is only 49 kilograms and the total dry weight of the car is 1332 kilograms.
The 720S Spider improves on the regular 720S platform and is called "Monocage II-S". He retracts with the spine passing through the center of the roof but manages to remain rigid as a coupe.
The roof panel is especially special for the cabriolet. For one, it can only be lifted or reduced for 11 seconds, and once you are up, you will still be able to choose whether you want to see the sky or not, thanks to the electrochromic glass panel that can quickly be changed between tinted and transparent.
To help visibility of the low-speed machine, the flying struts have glazed panels that allow you to explore them, and McLaren has also changed the active aeroso to change depending on the location of the roof.
2019 The McLaren 720S Spider is available immediately for order and will refund you £ 237,000 or about 400,000 CAD.