Last week McLaren started teasing their latest supercar, the McLaren 650S and now the company has made it official, and it will be shown off at the Geneva Motor Show.
The McLaren 650S will feature a 3.8 liter turbo V8 engine and will have 641HP, and it will have a 0 to 60 time of just 3 seconds.
The McLaren 650S builds on experience from success on the track, and groundbreaking technologies fitted to other McLaren models. Active aerodynamics, which feature on both the 12C and McLaren P1™, have been further developed and honed to ensure the ultimate performance and ability for the McLaren 650S. The McLaren Airbrake, originally fitted to the 12C and 12C Spider and designed to offer optimised levels of downforce on the rear of the car, now operates with a greater level of functionality providing increased stability.
The newly developed system means the Airbrake deploys whenever the car senses extra downforce is advisable – rather than simply under braking or when manually operated in ‘Aero’ mode. Below the Airbrake, a distinctive rear three-piece bumper, similar to the GT3 racing version of the 12C, compliments the aerodynamic shaping of the McLaren 650S.
You can find out more details about the this new McLaren over at McLaren at the link below, it will be shown off at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday the 4th of March.
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