McLaren and Bowers & Wilkins customise 750S sound

Following the long-standing relationship and successful launch of the Px8 McLaren Edition headphones at the end of 2022, the partnership between British brands McLaren Automotive and Bowers & Wilkins continues to thrive.

With the launch of the McLaren 750S, the lightest and most powerful series-production model ever, the new offering boasts an improved infotainment system, enhances external features, and a new Bowers & Wilkins surround sound audio system.

The new V8-engined, rear-wheel drive 750S – which is available in coupe and convertible form – is unashamedly a supercar for the purist. Both brands wanted the audio experience to match that and key to that is the inclusion of the brand’s proprietary Continuum Cone.

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Originally developed by Bowers & Wilkins for its award-winning 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers, as found in Abbey Road Studios, and refined over eight years of intensive development, its composite construction absorbs vibrations.

For the 750S, two 100mm Continuum midrange speakers are fitted, one in each car door. The result is a more open, neutral audio performance that reproduces the original recording as faithfully as possible.

It also reveals details in your music that conventional automotive audio systems simply cannot uncover. Five 25mm Nautilus Aluminium Double Dome tweeters can be found in the dashboard, A-pillar and in the rear too.

Each tweeter features Nautilus diffusers: spiralling channels that dissipate reflected sound waves that emanate from the rear of the drive unit to deliver cleaner, more natural-sounding high frequencies.

The high-power system, which has been developed specifically for the 750S by Bowers & Wilkins, also features the premium audio specialist’s trademark central Tweeter-on-Top for incredible sound fidelity.

The system is completed by three further midrange speakers and two Rohacell bass drivers, giving a total of 12 high-performance speakers. The result is sound that’s superbly detailed, with unwanted resonances reduced to a minimum.

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