“When you have a car recognised by so many drivers as a benchmark, to do something even better you have to examine every detail and really push hard for improvements that raise the bar again. This is what we have done with the new 750S.”

Michael Leiters
CEO, McLaren Automotive

Born to push the boundaries. To relentlessly seek better. It’s what drives McLaren on road and track. And it’s what defines the new 750S. This is the next-level supercar. Shaped by obsessive improvement and refinement. Delivering more performance, efficiency, and technology than ever. Lighter, more powerful, and more engaging. Designed and engineered to provide pure thrills and long-distance usability. Razor-edged responses and genuine ride comfort. For the first time, the 750S is launched as both a Coupe and Spider (with Retractable Hard Top) simultaneously. Two different kinds of elemental thrill. The same intoxicating breadth of abilities.




A review of the new McLaren 750S is the topic for this latest episode of The Driver’s Seat from Hagerty. Henry Catchpole spends time on track at Estoril in a coupe and then on the Portuguese roads nearby in a spider.


McLaren 750S review from Auto Express – as good as it gets?

Steve Sutcliffe finds out why McLaren’s latest supercar remains right at the top of a very talented heap, and why it should certainly not be underestimated.

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