The McLaren 720S is all about impressive numbers, from its 0-100kph time of under 3 seconds to the hefty price tag of Rs 4.65 crore.

It is no secret that Raymond boss Gautam Singhania is a fan of fine suits and fast cars. His love for the latter is popular thanks to his drool-worthy garage in India. Now recent images have surfaced hinting at his new acquisition — a McLaren 720S.

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The 720S is one of the very few supercars McLaren sells in India. Spec-wise, it is no joke. Packing a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine, it churns out 720hp and 770Nm of torque. Push the throttle and 0 to 100kph comes up in under 3 seconds, while 0-200kph takes 7.9 seconds.

McLaren 720SOh, and did we mention that this supercar tops out at an insane 341kph? The 720S weighs only 1,332kg thanks to its sturdy Monocage II-S carbon fibre frame, making it the lightest in its class.

McLaren sells two variants of the cars in India — the Coupe priced at Rs 4.65 crore, and a Spider variant that costs a whopping Rs 5.04 crore (both prices ex-showroom).

McLaren 720S

Singhania is also the owner of Super Car Club Garage, which specialises in the restoration, maintenance and service of supercars and vintage cars, as well as superbikes.

 

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But we’ve barely scratched the surface of the billionaire’s garage. Singhania’s fleet is said to include 10 Ferraris, six Lamborghinis and three McLarens. Some of the gems include:

Ferrari 348 GTB

 

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Lamborghini Gallardo

 

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Lincoln Zephyr Hotrod

 

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Ferrari 458 Italia

 

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Apart from this, the industrialist also owns a custom Nissan Skyline GT-R, Lotus Elises, and a BMW M3 CSL