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  • Mileage: Delivery
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 3799cc
  • Interior Colour: Carbon black
  • Exterior Colour: Tarocco orange
  • Body Style: Convertible
  • Seats: 2
  • Service: McLaren FSH
  • Reg date: 2014/6

Optional extras

  • Orange contrast stitching
  • Orange leather seat piping
  • Warning triangle & first aid kit
  • Volumetric alarm upgrade
  • Carbon fibre mirror casings
  • Carbon fibre interior upgrade
  • Car cover
  • Carbon fibre airbrake
  • Stealth McLaren badge
  • Carbon fibre exterior upgrade pack
  • Branded carbon fibre sill panels
  • Carbon fibre side intake
  • Electric steering column
  • Electric & heated memory seats
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Branded floor mat set
  • Meridian surround sound
  • Vehicle lifter
  • Parking sensors front & rear
  • Rear parking camera
  • Vehicle tracking system
  • Stealth pack
  • Sports exhaust
  • Sports wheels - stealth finish
  • Alloy oil & header tank caps


Auto Express says:

If you're not one of the 375 lucky punters who bought a P1, then the McLaren 650S - which features tech and styling inspired by that car - makes for a pretty compelling alternative.

The P1-style front end isn't only for show. The 650S gets bigger radiators and side vents to help cool the engine more effectively, and the carbon front splitter generates 40% more downforce above 150mph. 

From behind the wheel it's difficult to imagine a car faster than this. The 3.89 litre twin-turbo V8 delivers everything it's got shortly after you floor the throttle, and depending on your outlook it's either terrifyingly quick or endlessly exhilarating. From a standing start, the 650S will cover 0-100mph in 5.7 seconds.

McLaren has upped the stiffness of the suspension to help the 650S feel a fraction crisper through bends than the 12C. You can throw it into a tight corner fully expecting it to understeer, but the 650S just continues to grip. There's a surprising amount of traction too, so getting the power early isn't just going to send you into a spin.

The McLaren is still surprisingly comfortable, with a high quality interior and a near-perfect driving position. The elegant, simple cabin now has Alcantara trim, and there's an extra-cost retractable wheel to make climbing in and out of the cockpit easier.




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