LAS VEGAS — Production of the McLaren 720S has been a cornerstone of the British exotic brand’s lineup since its debut in 2017, ending at the end of 2022, McLaren said. Not clear.
Nicholas Brawn, McLaren’s Americas regional president, declined to give details, but said the customer had paid a security deposit for another vehicle, which has not yet been made public.
“We’re not talking about this vehicle,” Brown said. car news A bystander at last month’s media event. “But the customer, of course, is thinking, ‘Okay, we can’t order another 720.’ is coming. They’re expecting it to be a 720 refinement.We’re not saying anything, but they’ve started making deposits with dealers.”
In fact, Brown says the vehicle is “sold out deep into 2024 without even talking about it.”
The 720S debuted at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show and went into production later that year. This is his successor to the 650S and McLaren’s first replacement since the company was founded in 2010.
The 720S later spawned a convertible variant, followed by the powerful and lightweight limited-run 765LT and 765LT Convertible. Both McLaren say he was in demand three to four times more than the automaker could provide. A McLaren spokesperson said production of the 765LT Coupe has ended and production of the 765LT Convertible continues but is being phased out.
Pietro Frigerio, dealer principal at McLaren Newport Beach in Irvine, Calif., said the 720S is still coveted in his market.
“Even with competition coming out of the same segment – Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche – there is still demand,” said Frigerio.
After telling customers that the 720S is not available for order, Frigerio said he had not yet seen the next vehicle, but had already placed an order.
“It will be something different, but not completely,” Frigerio said.