In the world of supercars, even your grandmother recognizes the names Ferrari and Lamborghini. But McLaren? Not so much. This lack of mainstream recognition goes hand in hand with the brand's extreme exclusivity. And that's just fine with the select few fortunate enough (and well-to-do enough) to purchase one of these handcrafted machines.
Entry into that elite club - even as a used car buyer - requires laying down more than $150,000. In return, you will become the new owner of a Formula 1-bred racecar for the streets, one capable of crossing the 60-mph mark in about three seconds.