The 720S is one of the latest developments, it ranks with its insane driving performance almost to the top model McLaren P1! It has never been so worthwhile to rent a McLaren as with the outstanding 720S!
The McLaren 720S is the right supercar, if..
You simply want to drive the most advanced and fastest super sports car ever. If "form follows functions" is significantly more important to you than just "being seen and attracting attention" (although you can't avoid that with McLaren rental either...).
History of the McLaren 720S
McLaren is a British manufacturer of high-performance sports cars and racing cars, founded in 1963 by Bruce McLaren. McLaren began as a racing team competing in Formula 1 and other motorsport events before moving into road car production. Bruce McLaren had already established himself as a successful racing driver and engineer before he founded the McLaren racing team. In 1963, he founded Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Ltd, which entered Formula One racing the following year. In 1968, Bruce McLaren won his first Grand Prix race in a McLaren car. Tragically, Bruce McLaren was killed in a testing accident at Goodwood in 1970. Despite the loss of its founder, the McLaren racing team continued to be successful, winning several Formula One championships in the following decades with drivers such as Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, Mika Häkkinen and Lewis Hamilton. In 1981, McLaren established a road car division, McLaren Automotive, which initially focused on producing high-performance variants of existing cars, such as the McLaren F1 GTR race car. In 2010, McLaren launched its first standalone road car, the MP4-12C, followed by the 650S, the 570S and other models. McLaren Automotive is well received by critics and buyers alike, with cars praised for their performance, handling and design. The company also continues to be successful in motorsports, with its Formula One team winning the drivers' and constructors' championships in 2021. Today, McLaren remains a leading manufacturer of high-performance sports cars and racing cars, with a rich history of innovation and success in both motorsports and road car production.