$318,000 to buy the new McLaren 650s. Chump change really. That pocket change gets 641-hp and items like exterior carbon fiber bumpers, door blades and racing seats. Just like every new car coming out, it’ll make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
$318,000 For This McLaren 650S
Rides By on Feb 25, 2014
Gemballa McLaren 12C Spyder
Rides By on May 23, 2013
To make a sports car more “spider-like” I imagine you’d probably need to create a silk-shooting cannon somewhere in the front bumper. Fortunately, Gemballa did no such thing when customizng the McLaren 12C Spyder ($62,000), though there are some cool additions. Carbon fiber is like the cowbell of cars, you always need more. So, Gemballa gives this McLaren plenty of it, but the 625 hp Twin-Turbo V8 engine stays intact. New bumpers, tailpipes, and a fresh leather interior all sound better than a silk cannon, quite frankly.
McLaren P1 Supercar
Rides By on Sep 24, 2012
More amazing looking than a guy with a tattoo and mustache on the back of his head, McLaren’s forthcoming P1 supercar is aiming to be the spiritual successor to the F1, which shocked the world with its top speeds of 230 mph+ in the 90s. Aesthetically, the P1 is closer to McLaren’s MP4-12C coupe, with its bold air scoops in the hood. Word on the street is that the P1 will harness the power of as many as 799 horses, via a 5.0-liter V-8 engine.
McLaren MP4-12C Spider
Rides By on Jul 4, 2012
In the time it just took you to glance at that picture and read these first few words, the McLaren MP4-12C Spider ($265,750) just went 0 to 60. Yeah, the Spider needs a mere 3.1 seconds to achieve that feat, thanks to its 616-horsepower 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. The retractable hard top means you can feel the cool breeze in your face, and the power wind deflector means you can control just how much breeze smacks you in the kisser. It’s a very impressive package. That’s what he said.