I'm a big car guy...always loved cars..own an E63 AMGs with 850HP and now it's time to get an exotic and what better way to test the car I want to buy then to take it for 24hrs test drive. Royalty Exotics made it possible for me. Watching DailyDrivenExotics on youtube is how I came across Royalty Exotics Thank u DDE. The Experience with Royalty Exotics is just something else , from their customer service to the actual renting process is nothing less than professional. There are no hidden fees or other BS that some companies have. Everything is straight forward and the Red Huracan that I rented was a beauty. Looking ffwd to the next time I go to Vegas...next car on the list is the Mclaren 720sRead Full Review
2018 McLaren 720S
Supercars combine extraordinary performance, exotic equipment, small production numbers and sky-high prices. But even among the highest echelon of supercars, the 2018 McLaren 720S reigns alone.
The new McLaren’s singular status is a reflection of the car’s combined emotional appeal and driving dynamics.
Visually, the new McLaren is a mixed media artist’s nirvana. The carbon-fiber chassis is called a “monocage” design. It’s blanketed with panels of sculpted aluminum. The design goal is to steer fresh air through the doors and into the engine department. What a concept — a futuristic work of art ready for current-day use in supercar stardom.
With the intakes hidden, a near-flush underbody and an open rear fascia, the 720S is unmistakably a McLaren. But there’s a freshness to the manufacturer’s traditional ways.
A turbocharged 4-liter V8 with 710 horsepower, the new McLaren’s engine is mid-mounted and features a 7-speed dual-clutch automated gearbox and rear-wheel drive.
The lightweight (2,900 pounds) mass and superior power result in performance fanatics’ fantasies come alive. Acceleration from 0-60 mph takes 2.8 seconds, and 0-100 mph is accomplished in 5.5 seconds. A quarter-mile gallop is completed in 10.1 seconds. The top speed is 212 mph. The specs provide drivers never-ending doses of adrenaline.
Getting ready for the speed fix is another McLaren wonder. The twin dihedral doors swing open, and a cabin as plush, sophisticated and streamlined as a Gulfstream jet is unveiled. It’s tight quarters, but sensory pleasing with a heavy mix of carbon fiber and top-grade leather.
Supercars aren’t always known for their smooth rides. The new McLaren is an exception. The 720S features a suspension system that combines hydraulics and state-of-the-art processors. The car grips the road and offers a surprisingly smooth ride in Comfort, Sport and Track modes. It’s always good to have choices.
Good selection of cars for a Saturday last minute booking. The McLaren 570S was in good shape and other than an airbag light, was in order. Took a drive up to Mt Charleston with several other cars (Huracan, Aston, and 720S) and had a great time. The process was quick and easy and the staff were all professionals. Check in and check out were both smooth. Gas fill up charge was a little steep considering what I used but other than that a great experience.Read Full Review