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MCLAREN MP4 12C SPIDER
2014 MCLAREN MP4-12C SPIDER
FINISHED IN PEARL WHITE OVER CARBON BLACK FULL LEATHER INTERIOR WITH RED STITCHING. THIS MCLAREN COMES EQUIPPED WITH:616 HORSEPOWER 3.8 LITER TWIN TURBO V8- 7 SPEED SSG TRANSMISSION-19″ FRONT / 20″ REAR DIAMOND CUT FINISH SUPER-LIGHTWEIGHT FORGED WHEELS
RED CALIPERS-CONTRAST STITCHING ON DASHBOARD-CARBON FIBER INTERIOR UPGRADE
CARBON FIBER SILL PANELS-ELECTRIC HEATED MEMORY SEATS-IRIS UPGRADE WITH SATELLITE NAVIGATION AND MERIDIAN SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM-PARKING SENSORS FRONT AND REAR
STEALTH PACK-SPORT EXHAUST-PLUS ALL BOOKS AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Last year, McLaren upgraded the entire 12C range’s 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged, 9,000-rpm V8 engine to a stout 616 hp. No more MP4 designation, either, as important as it was to McLaren’s history; no more naming schemes based on fax machines. The Spider, introduced at that year’s Pebble Beach Concours, weighs just 88 pounds more — for a total of 3,033 pounds. Its two-piece composite roof folds neatly and automatically behind the driver’s head in just 17 seconds — a trick that can be performed at up to 19 mph for the ultimate in stoplight foppery. Both cars were designed around the carbon-fiber MonoCell tub, which weighs a scant 165 pounds and serves as the bolting point for aluminum subframes. The fastidious weight extraction and obsessive engineering by McLaren’s engineers almost makes you feel guilty for ordering it with the Leather Pack.
Be sure to tell your fellow pub-quiz adherents that the McLaren has hexagonal wiring looms, its thinner shielding equating to a few grams shaved. The double-wishbone suspension is adaptive, and hydraulic all around — just like a Citroën SM, you know? No sway bars required, and none of their weight, either. The hydraulic pump for the suspension also performs double duty with the steering rack.
Where the coupe is rational, calculating, lacking the devil-may-care verve of competitive Ferrari and Lamborghini models, the Spider undoes its civil service tie and offers the flamboyant caddishness expected from a car of its ilk.