We dig out the coolest McLaren 720S configurations

McLaren has launched its online configurator for its sublime new 720S supercar.

The new model made its public debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, after weeks of teasers from the British manufacturer.

Customers now have the chance to specify their very own version of the 720S with a seemingly endless array of options that include carbon-fibre detailing, high-performance Pirelli tyres and eye-catching shades of exterior paint.

In order to mark the launch of the new configurator, AOL Cars has mocked up 10 cars we particularly like the look of - most of which feature gratuitous amounts of carbon fibre.

The new supercar is powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 that develops an momentous 710bhp, as well as 770Nm of torque. This enables the 720S to sprint from 0-60mph in less than three seconds, and past 124mph in under eight seconds. Top speed is an impressive 212mph.

The 720S is based on a carbon-fibre tub chassis, which McLaren has dubbed Monocage II. It is a crucial part of the supercar's low 1,283kg dry weight.

As far as aesthetics go, the 720S is more evolution than revolution when compared with the 650S it replaces.

The logo-inspired headlights of the older model have been replaced by large triangular sockets that house a smaller headlight unit and thin daytime running lights.

At the rear of the car, the design is now far more in line with the design language seen on the smaller 570S models. Exhaust outlets mounted in between the taillights gives the new 720S a mean, and purposeful appearance.

With a base price of £218,020 for the Performance model, the 720S certainly isn't cheap, and the same can be said of its options list. Ticking every single box on the optional extras form will add a staggering £98,050 to its list price – that's the equivalent of a new Porsche 911 GTS.

We dig out the coolest McLaren 720S configurations

We dig out the coolest McLaren 720S configurations