New McLaren 720S Breaks Cover Ahead of Geneva Motor Show

A fully-undressed image appears in a Bloomberg preview piece.

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McLaren has been teasing its upcoming 720S—including showing images of its trick, folding digital gauge display (below)—but it seems like the car itself has (perhaps accidentally) slipped cover thanks to a Bloomberg preview of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The car you see above is, according to the piece, the new 720S, nearly a week ahead of its Geneva debut, in full glory with its open dihedral doors and classic McLaren-orange paint. 

The British supercar manufacturer is calling this car, which has also been labeled the P14, the "second-generation McLaren Super Series," and we know from previous teases that the car will do 0-200 kph (124 mph) in an incredible 7.8 seconds, and can run a standing quarter-mile in 10.3 seconds. It's built around a carbon-fiber monocage and will feature a new 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8. We don't have official power numbers, but The Drive's Aaron Brown is guessing around 700, given the marque's history of aligning model names with horsepower numbers.