The McLaren 650S Stays Close to Concept Form

Fans of the McLaren 650S can find comfort in the idea that it will be among the few look close to its concept form when it hits production. The typical pipeline for a vehicle, standard or luxury, takes 3-4 years of tweaking before it hits actual production. By that time, the vehicle does not typically look too much like the concept form it began its life as, but a different animal. This McLaren 650S  MSO will have a very small run, with just 25 coupes and 25 convertibles rolling out.

McLaren 650S

The highly anticipated McLaren 650S MSO will stay close it its concept form following production.

During the few years between the exciting initial concept renderings and models and production, many hands and minds get their say as to what changes must be made. Aside from investors, engineers and more, companies invest large amounts of money into polling customers to find out exactly what they want in a car. The McLaren 650S concept will stay as exciting (almost) as it was when it first hit the headlines, and that is something worth savoring.

McLaren 650S

The McLaren 650S was inspired by its hyperfast sibling, the McLaren P1. Both new family members are pulling up to take the place of the long-running MP4. The 650S will keep the sexy carbon fiber components from her concept form, including the rear bumper, center, side wings, and diffuser. Even the hot black coat will remain following the assembly process. The engine is to be a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 pulsating with power upgrades and paired to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. If all of this sounds exciting, note that the top speed is located somewhere north of 204 miles per hour.

McLaren 650S

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