Unveiled at the Geneva Motor show 2014, and manufactured by McLaren Automotive, the McLaren 650S is a British sports car. The McLaren 650s is made with exquisite materials and its race-bred technology combine to provide a unique balance of luxury and excitement.
The 650S featured the carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer chassis that was used in the MP4-12C’s. It is powered by a 3.8 liter, the same as the McLaren M838T with a twin turbo v8 engine. Its max power is 641 bhp (478kW; 650 PS) and its max torque is 500 lb.ft (680 N.m). The 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox transmits the power to its wheels.
The 650S has a top speed of 333km/h (207 mph), and it sprints 0-100 km/h in 3 seconds and 0-200 km/h in 8.4 seconds.
The McLaren 650S is a sight for sore eyes, every tiniest detail, surface and panel of the car are designed to enhance to take your breath away and enhance the thrill of the drive.
The iconic doors are simple and effective. They are lighter and more aerodynamic compared to the McLaren F1. The single hinge is designed to occupy less room when it’s opened and makes it a lot easier to get in and out.
The active air brakes are instantly deployed when you brake heavily, which means you can stop faster.
The incredible finish of the 650S is inspired by a 3 stage paintwork giving it a flawless finish.
Interior built around you
The McLaren 650S is designed for maximum driving pleasure and comfort.
Its race-crafted steering wheel is button-less and switches-less to diminish man and machines interaction. The shape and grip of the wheel is inspired by the race cars.
The interior is designed in a panoramic view so you can keep your eyes on the road. The steering wheel is uncluttered, and the dashboard is simple and sleek. Buttons that tailor driving are grouped on the center console in an elegant symmetry.
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