The McLaren 750S made its global debut in April 2023. Now, less than a year later, the 720 successor has been introduced in the Indian market. Recently, a customer in Bangalore took delivery of India’s first 750S Spider.
The first McLaren 750S Spider to grace the crowded streets of India’s Silicon Valley is finished in MSO Papaya Spark. It’s one of the first few cars to be painted in this striking shade – a variation of the famous McLaren Orange.
This 750S Spider also has several carbon fibre options on it. The wing, diffuser, headlamp sockets, fender louvres, wing mirrors and hood inserts are all carbon. It has a blacked-out roof and diamond-cut wheels with orange brake calipers.
Powering the new McLaren 750S Spider is a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. This motor is good for 730 HP and 590 ft-lbs. of peak torque. Like its predecessor, this supercar also uses a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox that sends power to the rear axle.