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2015 McLaren 650S KBB Expert Review

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MSRP $269,300

Fair Purchase Price $269,300
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KBB Expert Review

KBB Editors' Overview

By Joe Tralongo, Contributing Editor - Updated Date: 10/8/2014

Strongly influenced by McLaren’s previous supercars, the all-new 2015 McLaren 650S combines the legendary track attributes of the P1 with the luxury and comfortable driving ease introduced by the 12C series. With the 650S supercar, McLaren takes its twin-turbocharged V8 to new heights, achieving 641 horsepower and moving the 650S closer to such rivals as the Ferrari 458 and F12berlinetta, as well as the Porsche 918. As for overall performance, the 650S now ranks as one of the world’s best-handling exotics, delivering astounding traction in the curves and acceleration so quick it just might feel that it’s sucking the oxygen from your lungs.

You'll Like This Car If...

If you’re looking for the latest exotic supercar without a 2-year waiting list, McLaren can deliver you a 2015 650S quicker than Ferrari or Lamborghini can put a new car in your driveway, and being the latest supercar on the block will also garner you a lot of attention.

You May Not Like This Car If...

Though fast, McLaren’s new 650S Coupe and Spider aren’t the fastest exotic performance cars on the market, nor the most powerful, most expensive or most exclusive.

What's New for 2015

2015 marks the first production year for the McLaren 650S luxury supercar. The Coupe is first to arrive, with the retractable-hardtop Spider following shortly thereafter.

Driving It Driving Impressions

Compared to the MP4-12C, the McLaren’s 2015 650S supercar feels more dialed in. It’s high-speed performance in the curves borders on overconfident, which is what we dare think many drivers will feel about their own abilities after a few minutes behind the wheel. McLaren has increased the 650S’s track-hugging potential by increasing downforce via a low front splitter and equipping it with the company’s PCC (Proactive Chassis Control) which, when switched to Track mode, enables the 650S seemingly to stick to the pavement like chewing gum in July. Coupled to a brilliant 7-speed transmission is a twin-turbocharged V8 that exhibits no relation to the words “turbo lag.” The feeling of connectivity with 650S is almost symbiotic, be it the steering, the brakes or the throttle; the feeling of being one with this incredible road car is immediate and unforgettable. And that’s not just our opinion.

Favorite Features

The 7-speed automatic found in the 2015 McLaren 650S works just fine on its own, but engage the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and the response is so quick even the most ardent manual transmission fan will acquiesce.

Most supercars are so loud inside all you can hear is the roar of engine and tires, but McLaren’s 650S is a civilized exotic that can be equipped with a brilliant 7-speaker Surround Sound system by Meridian, one of the world’s leading audio manufacturers.

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