She looks like a American tuner and Hennessey supercar builder has developed customary routine drag drag racing. Only yesterday was the company's own 600LT McLaren vs. the 720S, and today you will see the last fighting another high performance engine that is owned by Texas based postmarket specialists.
Ford GT is in the post-flavored Heritage Edition that you could have seen in a drag race against the 1,000-horsepower Jeep Grand Cherokee tube version. Typically, the GT and 720S fight in drag and roll races, and in both duels the result is unexpected – the McLaren wins very little.
Some would say that the final result was logic because there is no substitution instead of considering that GT includes a 3.5-liter 3.5-liter V6 while the 720S also has a further 4.0-liter V8 with a pair of turbochargers. The power gap between the two is significant, with the McLaren having an advantage of 63km compared to the Blue Oval model (710 cv by 647km). Torque is roughly the same, 550 meters (746 Newton-meters) for the GT and 568 lb-ft (770 Nm) for the Woking supercar.
Another important factor in a drag race is pressure. The GT is darkier, with a dry weight of 3,054 pounds (1,385 kilograms) compared to 720S 2,828 lbs (1,283 kg), although a new Carbon Series mixes 40 lbs (18.1 kg) to close the gap.
It is also worth considering that transferring both cars. For the GT, there is a seven-speed Getrag speed, you'll also find the Mercedes-AMG GT with the same tool ratios, but in the GT it will cost you to double price to replace. For the 720S, it is also a seven speed DCT range unit, so fast that data logger can not keep up.
The video attached is going to show more time that McLaren 720S will be one of the fastest cars it can buy at the moment, by pressing most of the # 39; for competitors in drag races.
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