Perfectly rounded out and ready to rock and roll.
Track days and supercars, that is the car enthusiast dream lifestyle and something you might expect from a Supercar owner. Maybe you’re one of the special few already but if you’re not then here’s an opportunity to make it to the top of the Supercar food chain. That mission could very easily be accomplished through the use of this Mclaren. So what makes this car so special compared to Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Porsches alike?
First of all, there is the suspension geometry which features some of the best engineering available to drive perfectly on the track. It's crazy how advanced this car is for having been built in 2012, especially when you're looking at the various interior and exterior features which put aerodynamics and driver-focus first. In the past, many fans of McLaren have looked to models like F1 that utilize a V12 engine but there's something a lot more unsuspecting within the engine bay of this vehicle.
As you fire up the racer, you’ll hear the distinct sound of a rumbling V8 engine with both great displacement and some boost to match. In total, 3.8-liters of displacement pump through the block making it pretty easy to push out some great power figures. That would be pretty great on its own but the twin-turbochargers definitely help things a lot and make the vehicle pretty ionic to most performance lovers. Topping the whole car off is a seven-speed automatic with dual clutches transfering all 592 horsepower and 443 lb/ft of torque to the wheels. Overall, it's a great vehicle for road and track driving. The only thing left to decide is who will race it next.