Adrenaline junkies with deep pockets will enjoy taking the 2015 McLaren 650S to the track and challenging Corvettes and M3s, or just driving it to the office parking lot to gain envious or admiring stares from co-workers.
When the MP4-12C came out, many thought it was a little soulless compared to the rival cars from Ferrari. With the 650S however, McLaren has tried to answer its critics.
The McLaren 650S takes advantage of carbon fiber and race-level drivetrain technology, yet still proves very manageable on the road.
CNET visits the astonishing McLaren Technology Centre, the space-age factory and headquarters where its brand-new 650S and P1 supercars are painstakingly designed and lovingly built.
Hangout trackside with McLaren's gorgeous "everyday supercar," the 641-horsepower 650S Coupe and Spider.
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With the 12C, McLaren created something truly special. It wasn't without its critics, so to address them McLaren's launched the 650S - the most capable car the company's made this side of the P1.
Supercar builder McLaren adds a new model to its ranks with the debut of the 650S Coupe at the 2014 Geneva auto show.
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McLaren follows up its previous powerful sports cars with the 570S Coupe, a new model meant for the daily commute as much as for the track.