Although the 570S may be the “entry level” McLaren – if such a thing exists – make no mistake, it’s a bona fide supercar. Well, it certainly has all the ingredients: jaw-dropping looks, a monumentally powerful mid-mounted V8, and the razor-edged cornering ability of a professional figure skater.
In the long and storied history of Formula 1, there’s one rivalry that stands above any other – Ferrari Vs. McLaren. These two giants of the motorsport world have 24 Constructor’s World Titles between them – more than any two other companies. They’ve also given us some truly wonderful driver rivalries – think Nikki Lauda […]
Just a few years ago, the Lamborghini Aventador was considered the undisputed ruler of the upper echelon of the supercar segment, with mid-range supercars, like the Ferrari 488 GTB, the McLaren 650S, and the Aventador’s own little brother – the Huracan – vying for supremacy in the “junior” supercar segment.
It’s true what they say, speed thrills. The rush of sitting in a fast-moving vehicle, the top down, the wind through your hair as people and places seem like blurs; or the endless road and deserts and canyons whirring past you. It’s a magnificent sight to see!
McLaren is a manufacturer whose name is enough to indicate high-quality and performance. With incredible vehicles produced by the company, becoming one of the top luxury cars in the world, they’ve outdone themselves with the 720S.