Meant to be both an affordable counter to the impossibly-advanced P1 hypercar and a faster sibling to the more reasonable but still pretty rad MP4-12C, the new McLaren 650S is more or less a combination of the two in terms of style, and sits squarely between them in price.
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From the back, it looks very 12C-esque in appearance, but the articulating rear wing has been reworked by McLaren's wind tunnel-dwelling Oompa Loompas, so now it corrals the wind whenever the car "senses" you might need some extra downforce, to ensure you'll only see this view briefly before it turns into a dot on the horizon.
Up front, however, the Oompa Loompas have applied some of the many lessons learned from the P1's design. The result is a car that both looks more like the P1 and is 25% more aerodynamically efficient than the 12C, meaning the front of the car stays glued to the road, even as you approach 210 mph, thanks to the beefed up 641 hp twin turbo V8.
Nearly every aspect of the driving dynamics — from throttle sensitivity to whether or not you'd prefer to feel every pebble you run over in your custom Pirelli tires — is customizable.
Inside, it's no slouch, either. Much of the interior is shared with it's 12C sibling, which means it's one of the best-appointed hypercars in the world, though if you really want, you can get the super-lightweight carbon fiber seats from the P1.