Zacoe’s McLaren 720S Takes SEMA By Storm With Carbon Fiber For Days


Aftermarket specialist Zacoe has made a serious statement at this year’s SEMA Show, unveiling its heavily modified McLaren 720S.

Zacoe first released detailed renderings of its 720S bodykit in mid-2021 and has been hard at work bringing it to life ever since. The kit is made entirely from lightweight carbon fiber, using 240-gram high-density carbon fiber cloth, the same grade used by the likes of Bentley, Aston Martin, and Mercedes-Benz. The kit isn’t just visual either as it also claims to improve airflow and heat dissipation.

Read: Zacoe’s Upcoming McLaren 720S Kit Takes Inspiration From The Senna

Visible at the front is an overhauled grille and carbon fiber splitter package that adds to the already wild looks of the British supercar. It is also rocking a newly designed hood and has aggressively flared front and rear wheel arches. The front arches are particularly intriguing as they feature pronounced aerodynamic fins finished in exposed carbon fiber. In addition, the front arches have carbon fiber louvers to improve airflow.

Elsewhere, Zacoe has equipped its 720S with a set of MV Forged wheels complete with a sharp spoke design perfectly complementing the body kit.

For as dramatic as the front fascia and sides of the car are, however, it is the rear that is even more striking. One of the first elements that will catch the eye is the redesigned quad exhausts that look very similar to those of the McLaren 765LT and were custom-made by Frequency Intelligent Exhaust.

Zacoe then redesigned the entire rear end to now support a massive rear wing with uprights that stretch down to the sides of the rear bumper.


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