McLaren 720S Track Pack is here with dedicated Track mode

It's also leaner than before

McLaren has taken the time to announce the introduction of a Track Pack for the 720S supercar.

Claimed to establish “a new pinnacle of track focus within McLaren’s core Super Series line-up,” the new Track Pack coincides with the McLaren 720S GT3 race car stepping into a new development stage.

Coming back to the road-legal 720S, we’re told that the Track Pack offers both functional and visual upgrades as well as a weight cut of 24 kg.

The Track Pack is based on the 720s Performance spec and adds 10-spoke super-lightweight forged alloy wheels, an MSO-developed carbon-fiber active rear spoiler and a sports exhaust.

The cockpit offers even more carbon fiber courtesy of MSO, of course, through the so-called MSO Defined Satin Visual Carbon Fibre Extended Gearshift Paddles.

The steering wheel is wrapped in Alcantara and a titanium bar is now mounted behind the seats to support the six-point harnesses for driver and passenger. A new drive mode called Track is also on the menu, but there’s even more, as McLaren explains:

“Owners can analyse their track driving using another element of the Track Pack, namely the McLaren Track Telemetry (MTT) system. Using three video cameras built into the car and advanced data-logging software, MTT allows a driver to monitor their performance and understand where opportunities to improve lie.”

McLaren also mentions that the Track Pack costs £28,360. Therefore, the 720S in Performance spec fitted with the Track Pack can be had for £224,700, but customers will have to wait for their cars to be delivered until next year.

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