720S was just introduced at theGeneva Motor Show
last week. Over the weekend, it - or something like it - was spotted in Raleigh, NC, outside a Carolina Hurricanes hockey game. So is it, or isn't it, the 212-mph Britishsupercar
Redditor MyNameIsBUNSposted this image
just days after thecar's Geneva reveal
. It sure looks like a 720S, andAutoblog
Editor-in-Chief Mike Austin, who saw the car in Geneva, is certain this is the real deal. So how did it get on the road so fast? And why North Carolina?
Though the price of a McLaren 720S is just shy of $300,000, that's within reach of an NHL player - based on salaries, it could belong toanyone on the Hurricanes roster
. A bigger pool of potential owners would be tech-industry execs in the Raleigh Durham Triangle.
One Redditor who commented on the photo said he recognized it as a press car. We doubt that, but if so, we atAutoblog
are going to have to get on McLaren's signup sheet. More likely, the car belongs to the manufacturer.
Meanwhile, McLaren is already offeringcustomized versions of the 720S
. If you'd like to waste a little time at work, have fun building your own supercar with theMcLaren 720S configurator
via Autoblog March 14, 2017 at 03:48AM