The McLaren 720S is a stunning supercar that rewrites the rulebook. You can read our full review of it here. The only complaint we had in our logbook (seriously, just one) was the muffled soundtrack from the stainless steel exhaust. It really doesn’t matter how close you sit to that V8, the 720S doesn’t emit the most enticing ensemble of noises. Ours even had the optional Sport Exhaust ($6,300), yet doesn’t come close to the banshee wails of a Ferrari V8 or Lamborghini V10, though still better sounding than the sterile GT2 RS. Instead, the 720S unleashes a more calculated and mechanical howl up to its 8,000+ rpm redline, replete with a salvo of turbo whooshes and intake noises. On the flip side, the 720S is properly hushed and quiet when dialed down on its comfort settings with nary a drone or unpleasant noise to disturb occupants at triple digit speeds. Have a listen to our Exhaust Notes video above!