Certified. Azores 2018 McLaren 720S Performance RWD 7-Speed Automatic 4.0L V8 SMPI Turbocharged DOHC 32V ULEV II 710hp ***ONE OWNER***, ***CLEAN CARFAX***, 360 Degree Park Assist, ABS brakes, AM/FM radio: SIRIUS, Car Cover, Carbon Ceramic Brake w/Polished Calipers, Compass, Electric & Heated Memory Seats, Electronic Stability Control, Entertainment system, Fire Extinguisher, Front dual zone A/C, HomeLink, Illuminated entry, Leather steering wheel, Low tire pressure warning, Luggage Retention Strap, Navigation System, Radio: Bowers & Wilkins Audio System, Remote keyless entry, Traction control, Vehicle Lift, Visible Carbon Fiber Monocage, Warning Triangle & First Aid Kit, Wheels: 19" Fr & 20" Rr 5 Twin-Spoke Forged. Recent Arrival! Odometer is 924 miles below market average! "It's certainly good. In fact, we'd go so far as to say this is probably the single most accomplished supercar we've ever driven, which is not the sort of statement we make lightly."- TopGear 2018 The McLaren 720s has won Road & Track's Performance car of the Year 2 years in row (2017-2018). To go faster, simplify, then add lightness. While Colin Chapman's still-quoted adage defined the early years of Lotus, his fellow garagista Bruce McLaren took a subtly different tack as his fledging team came to dominate Can-Am racing in the late 1960s with a succession of increasingly brawny Chevrolet V-8–powered monsters: Add lightness, then add more power. Bruce and Colin are no longer with us, but their philosophies still guide the companies they founded. And the McLaren 720S is the best demonstration yet of McLaren's core principle of Peace through Superior Firepower. With 710 horsepower, its twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 is 49 horses up on the Ferrari 488GTB, a car that's rarely accused of sluggish road manners. At the same time, the McLaren's power-to-weight-ratio advantage has been sharpened further with an even more carbon-intensive architecture. McLaren claims the 720S can get to 124 mph from launch in just 7.8 seconds, and as such it could break the highest speed limit in the United States in less than five seconds from a standing start.