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McLaren 720S 3D Rendering Flaunts Widebody Kit, Negative Camber Wheels

The 720S is the main model in the Super Series, the middle tier of supercars at McLaren. As the successor to the 650S and 12C, the mid-engine Macca also happens to be a sweetheart of the aftermarket scene.
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From MSO to Novitec, engine mods to widebody kits, concave wheels to Inconel exhausts; you could say that the sky is the limit. Something that we don’t see too often in the real world, however, is stancing. Thankfully, pixel artists can work their magic on the 720S without ruining an actual car’s handling.

Digital artist Zoki Nanco - a.k.a. Nancorocks – is responsible for the 720S in the photo gallery, a 3D rendering that boasts Brixton forged wheels, the mother of widebody kits, red accents here and there, and a carbon-fiber aerodynamic diffuser. Most importantly, the body kit in this digital tuning job for the 720S clearly isn’t a Pandem or Rocket Bunny, two of the trendiest options out there.

Also important to note, check out the smallest of details on the car. There’s no denying Nancorocks put in the effort to properly render the 720S even though he mentions this rendering is merely “3D modeling practice.”

You could say the 765LT is wider than the 720S base model, but instead of a proper widebody kit, McLaren worked its magic in different areas such as widening the front track by 6 millimeters (0.24 inches). After all, the Super Series Long Tail is all about the act of driving instead of aesthetics alone.

The MonoCage II carbon-fiber monocoque of the 720S and 765LT is also utilized in the Senna, Elva, Speedtail, as well as the McLaren GT mid-engine grand tourer. The similarities continue with the 4.0-liter V8, codenamed M840T and an evolution of the 3.8-liter mill that dates back to the 12C.

If you are interested in widening your 720S, Novitec appears to be the best option at the time of writing. Though pricing for the N-Largo kit hasn’t been made public, a 2019 model year with this and a few other mods is listed on James Edition for $475,000 with 340 miles (547 kilometers) on the odometer.

 
 
 
 
 

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