Mclaren 650 S Spider

McLaren MP4-12C
March 1, 2015
March 3, 2015

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2016 Mclaren 650 S Spider

Mclaren 650 S Spider
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Mclaren 650 S Spider!

Engine: V8- Transmission:7 Speed E-Gear-Mileage:906
Drive train: Rear Wheel Drive-Exterior Color: Volcano Red
Interior Color: Black- Warranty: Balance of Factory Warranty
Carbon Fiber Sill-Soft Close Doors-Sport Interior-Sport Exhaust
Forged Wheels-Enhanced Technology Package
Parking Sensors-Rear Camera-Carbon Fiber Mirrors
Carbon Fiber Interior-Carbon Ceramic Brakes-Carbon Rear Bumper
Carbon Side Panels-Carbon Sp-litter-Carbon Door Blades-Stealth Package
All I saw was a cloud of dust. At some point during my 575-mile drive of the 2016 McLaren 650 S Spider, I sort of became immune to gawkers. Phones snapped hundreds of pictures and videos, so I imagine I’m semi-famous on exactly 200,000 different Twitstagram accounts by now. But then a kid so intent on capturing my green machine actually drove off the road. Thankfully, he regained control, and in the process was hopefully taught a very important lesson about distracted driving.
But just as this car is quiet, refined, comfortable, and smooth, it can be a full-on assault weapon. Three drive modes are available, for both the handling and powertrain – Normal, Sport, and Track. I didn’t use the latter, because I didn’t track-test the 650S, and I’m not one of those guys who thinks you have to ditch the traction control and put a car in blast-off mode to see what it’s like on a public road (that’s not safe, friends). With both the handling and engine set to sport mode, the 650S stiffened up, hunkered down, and used the full might of its twin-turbo V8. With launch control, the 650S Spider will scoot to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds, and with the engine directly behind your head, it accelerates in a fury of noise and woosh and holy-crap-this-thing-is-quick.

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