As for the braking capacity, it was perfected through an unprecedented and rigorous program of development of the dynamic technology of McLaren Automotive. Lighter and stiffer brake calipers, carboceramic discs as standard and the sensitivity of the optimized brake pedal are key aspects. In this way, it is possible to go from 200 km / h to its complete stop in 4.6s and in 117 meters – 6 meters less than the 650S and almost to the par of the McLaren P1-.
With the contribution of McLaren engineers, Pirelli developed the new P-Zero Corsa tires, which improve grip by 6% compared to 650S.
The second generation of the McLaren Super Series, whose world premiere will be held on Tuesday 7 March at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show, will arrive to raise the limits set in the performance of so-called supercars.
With the new V8 4.0 biturbo engine, remarkable performance is achieved: an acceleration from 0 to 200 km / h of 7.8 seconds, while only 10.3s are enough to cover the quarter mile (402 meters).