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Motor show after motor show. Kicking it off at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, several more auto shows are scheduled for the first half of the year. Over the weekend, there was the Belgrade Motor Show, which will be followed by the Seoul Motor Show happening soon. In April, let us not forget the New York International Auto Show, and fans will be brought to Britain when the country’s largest auto show – the London Motor Show takes place over the first weekend of May.
Japanese car tuning company, Liberty Walk, who is known not just for dressing up cars, but actually remodeling the car itself, is scheduled to attend the upcoming London Motor Show. Established in 2008 in Japan, the company develops body kits for the world’s finest cars. And today, there are over 500 hand-built LB Works cars driving around and outside of Japan, including Europe and the US.
The Japanese tuners will be presenting a McLaren 650s that their company customized at the motor show after its premiere in Geneva. The supercar gets a distinctive yellow exterior with green stripes as accents, and layers of clear paint for extra shine.Read the entire article Liberty Walk’s McLaren 650S is set to appear at 2017 London Motor Show on May 4
It seems that McLaren is now nearing the final phases of its development and testing of the replacement vehicle the McLaren 650S, with the new sports car to be released for the 2018 model year. There have been spy photos of the prototype being tested, and some of these images even showed the hopefully final looks of the McLaren 650S replacement.
For now, we still don’t know the official name of the new McLaren sports car. All we know is that the successor to the McLaren 650S has an internal codename of P14. Of course, this codename won’t stick though, and there are speculations that McLaren would be officially unveiling the final form of the P14 at the upcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March. If McLaren’s naming protocol is followed, then the P14 would officially don the name McLaren 720S.
The McLaren 650S -- available as a Coupe or as a Spider – is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that delivers 650 hp (485 kW) of max output at 7,250 rpm and 678 Nm of peak torque available at 6,000 rpm. Its coupe version employs a seven-speed DSG transmission, allowing it to sprint from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds; from nil to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.4 seconds; and from standstill to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 25.4 seconds. In addition, it could go as fast as 333 km/h (207 mph).Read the entire article Successor to McLaren 650S sports car to be named 720S
By itself, the McLaren 650S already delivers excellence both in performance and visuals. However for Japan-based Liberty Walk, it appears that the 650S has yet to show its true potential. This is the reason why the tuner has once again revealed another upgrade package for this amazing model.
This latest body kit puts in fenders that are now wider with a new diffuser in the rear and bumper in the front. All of these are then decorated with red highlights. New as well are the ultra-wide rims and the large wing.
Liberty Walk did not stop there as this upgrade package will come in two versions. The first is priced at $34,000, and will have the upgrades in fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP). The second is pricier at $42,380, and has the body parts in carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) plus the addition of a dry carbon wing.Read the entire article Liberty Walk announces new upgrade package for McLaren 650S
Finally joining the VAYU RPR Spider, which was launched during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, is its coupe variant. FAB Design recently released the VAYU GTR Coupe package, which complements the previous VAYU RPR Spider.
Both cars embody the qualities of the vedish god VAYU, which they were named after. VAYU is the god of wind, air and life and known for its unrivaled speed and peerless beauty, which are qualities present in the two variations. The package is available for the McLaren Mp4 12C and the McLaren 650S.
With the VAYU GTS package, the McLaren has a new appearance that’s markedly different from the basic version. A distinctly McLaren aura is achieved and even highlighted by the car's visible carbon fiber parts such its air intakes behind the windows, side wings on the front and rear as well as the rear diffuser.Read the entire article FAB Design presents VAYU GTR Coupe package for McLaren MP4 12C, 650S
McLaren Automotive has introduced a 650S project exclusive for the Middle East market. Marking the announcement of the project was the unveiling of the 650S Spider Al Sahara 79 by MSO at the Dubai International Motor Show 2015 alongside the 570S Coupé and a version of the McLaren P1.
These three models represent Maclaren’s three model tiers – the Sports Series, Super Series and Ultimate Series – bound for the region.
Developed by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) – a division of the carmaker in charge of bespoke creations -- the 650S Spider Al Sahara 79 will only be available for McLaren’s customers in the Middle East.Read the entire article McLaren 650S Spider Al Sahara 79 by MSO debuts at 2015 Dubai Motor Show
Half a century ago, McLaren was a name that dominated the race tracks of Can-Am. Faced with the race’s reputation as the most extreme motorsport event, the company still succeeded in securing the championships not only once, but five times in a row with its high performance sports cars from 1967 to 1971.
Now, McLaren pays tribute to this great part of its history with a limited edition 650S Can-Am automobile. With only 50 units to be produced, the 650S Can-Am is designed with inspiration coming from the race cars of this period when McLaren was the top brand in the Can-Am race tracks.
The Canadian-American Challenge Cup held its first racing competition in the spring of 1966. The racetrack demanded a lot from both the competing drivers and the machines of steel that they were driving.Read the entire article McLaren honors 50 years of Canadian-American Cup racing with 650S limited edition
In order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the McLaren F1 GTR victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, McLaren Special Operations introduced a limited edition model based on the 650S. Dubbed the McLaren 650S Le Mans, the new edition will see a limited production of just 50 units, all coupes, that will be available globally.
Designed by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) in consultation with Peter Stevens a.k.a. the designer of the legendary McLaren F1, the new McLaren 650S Le Mans features a number of styling enhancements from the iconic race-winner.
The most noticeable is the roof-mounted snorkel air intake that channels airflow to the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, but also the ‘Le Mans Edition’ lightweight wheels (19-inch front/20-inch rear) inspired by the motorsport rims found on the 1995 racers.Read the entire article MSO introduces the McLaren 650S Le Mans, celebrates 20th anniversary of famous win
This year, the McLaren F1 GTR celebrates the 20th anniversary since it won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and in order to mark this event, McLaren Special Operations (MSO) unveiled the 650S Limited Edition. This special vehicle will be manufactured in a limited edition of just 50 units and each unit will be inspired by the F1 GTR.
As a result, the 650S Special Edition comes with a new carbon fiber front splitter, MSO louvered front fenders, special Limited Edition MSO forged alloy wheels as well as new McLaren orange brake calipers.
Moreover, the vehicle gets a new MSO roof snorkel, carbon fiber MSO side blades and a unique MSO paint. The interior was upgraded too and the 650S Special Edition arrives with steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara, unique branded floor mats, carbon fiber design elements, leather, Alcantara as well as unique seats featuring the centre in McLaren Orange Alcantara and branding to headrest.Read the entire article McLaren Special Operations (MSO) introduces the 650S Limited Edition
McLaren’s new 650S Sprint racecar will make its global competitive debut this weekend at the GT Cup race which will take place at Donington Park in the UK. If you don’t remember, the McLaren 650S Sprint was first unveiled last month at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance but this weekend will be the real test for the new vehicle.
Rob Bell will drive the 650S Sprint for Von Ryan Racing and the brand new car will contest three races during the weekend: one sprint race that includes a driver-change on Saturday, followed by two shorter events on Sunday.
Moreover, Rob Bell was also involved in the development of the 650S Sprint, which means that he is the best man to driver this vehicle since he knows everything about it.Read the entire article Competitive premiere of McLaren 650S Sprint will take place this weekend at Donington Park
McLaren will show a unique example of the McLaren 650S, commissioned by McLaren Paris retailer. Produced by company’s McLaren Special Operations (MSO) division, the vehicle has a striking appearance and it is finished in a special Pearl White metallic colour but what’s more interesting is that the colour extends throughout the exterior and can be seen on the front splitter, door blades and side intakes.
The roof, wheels and mirror casings are finished in gloss black in order to create the perfect visual effect. At the rear, we find a carbon fiber air diffuser which is in contrast with the Pearl White metallic finish.
The interior continues the same theme as the exterior and features black Alcantara highlighted by the contrasting orange stitching. In addition, MSO used carbon fiber while the air vents, instrument cluster and switches on the Active Dynamics Panel continue the exterior theme and are finished in gloss black.Read the entire article Unique McLaren 650S by MSO finished in Pearl White will be showcased at Chantilly Arts & Elegance
McLaren already announced that at the 2014 Pebble Beach it will bring the P1 GTR, a track-focused version of its hypercar that is priced at 1.98 million pounds ($3,35 million or 2.48 million euros). For those who don’t know, McLaren will offer the P1 GTR only to customers who already bought the street version.
Still, for the other clients who also want a track-focused McLaren, the British carmaker unveiled today the track-only 650S Sprint. That’s right folks, McLaren has just unveiled its second track-track only vehicle, this time based on the 650S Coupe.
Set to make its world debut next weekend at Pebble Beach next to the P1 GTR, the new McLaren 650S Sprint gains the Brake Steer system, more refined active aerodynamics but also a race set-up for the ProActive Chassis Control (PCC).Read the entire article McLaren unveils track-focused 650S Sprint ahead of 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
As expected, McLaren revealed at the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed the all-new 650S GT3. This new race car promises to continue the success of the 12C GT3 and it is built around the same lightweight carbon fiber MonoCell chassis. Regarding the design, the 650S GT3 comes with the GT3 iteration honed using CFD technology.
As a result, the vehicle features an aggressive front splitter, larger air intakes, new lightweight carbon fiber bodywork wraps around reprofiled air intakes but also a new rear carbon fiber wing that works in tandem with the large carbon fiber splitter.
In addition, the 650S GT3 features revised suspension geometry, wider track and an updated overall setup. A priority when developing the brand new 650S GT3 was reducing cost of ownership and according to McLaren this was achieved thanks to extended component life, including increased engine and gearbox rebuild intervals, but also thanks to the redesigned components and systems.Read the entire article 2015 McLaren 650S GT3 debuts at Goodwood Festival of Speed
Following the positive feedback from the MSO 650S Coupe Concept shown in China, McLaren confirmed production plus for a limited run of bespoke examples of the 650S. Only 50 units of the MSO 650S will be available globally, either as a Coupe or Spider. At the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed, McLaren will shoe the production car in Spider form.
Inspired by the concept version, the MSO 650S comes with several styling cues such as a number of carbon fiber styling upgrades with satin finish. Moreover, we find MSO Side Blades but also a three-piece rear bumper that includes a carbon fiber centre section.
McLaren says that the MSO 650S will be available in three paint finishes specially developed by the bespoke division of McLaren Automotive. One of the colours is named ‘Papaya Spark’ and represents a modern twist on the McLaren Orange.Read the entire article McLaren Special Operations (MSO) reveals 650S Spider ahead of Goodwood Festival of Speed
For the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed, McLaren is planning a global premiere. After announcing the P1 GTR, it appears that Mclaren will follows the same theme at Goodwood as it will unveil the 650S GT3, a track-focused version of its latest masterpiece. McLaren unveiled the 12C GT3 back in 2011 at the same Goodwood Festival of Speed, which makes it the perfect place for the 650S GT3 unveiling.
We don’t have any details regarding the new car but we do expect it to carry the same 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that will deliver over 650 hp.
In addition, the 650S GT3 will be faster than the street version that can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds, to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.4 seconds and to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 25.4 seconds.Read the entire article McLaren 650S GT3 teased ahead of 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed
The inevitable happened! First McLaren 650S was totalled during a test drive on the roads in Singapore. Although we don’t have any details regarding the reason of the crash, the images tell us everything, that this car will never see the roads again.
For those who don’t know, McLaren introduced the all-new 650S Spider back in March at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show and the all-new vehicle was the replacement for the 12C Spider.
According to the British carmaker, the 650S Spider features a two-piece retractable hard top that can be raised or lowered in less than 17 seconds and at speeds of up to 30 km/h or 19 mph. Under the hood, the 1,370 kg (dry), convertible carries the M838T twin-turbo V8 engine that generates 650 hp and 678 Nm (500 lb-ft) of torque.Read the entire article McLaren 650S Spider totalled in Singapore
Back in March, McLaren unveiled the 650S Coupe and Spider, the models that replace the 12C Coupe and Spider. Just like it did with the 12C, McLaren Special Operations decided to upgrade the recently introduced 650S. As a result, the first images with the new MSO 650S Coupe Concept were released today and as expected, the vehicle showcases the MSO-designed engineered upgrades available for the McLaren 650S Coupe and 650S Spider.
As you can see from the photos, the MSO 650S Coupe Concept comes with plenty of bespoke MSO features such as a newly designed carbon fibre rear diffuser and MSO-branded carbon fibre side blades. The vehicle is finished in Agrigan Black, a metallic black paint developed in-house with a deep ruby red metallic flake.
As expected, the paint shows a colour change in direct sunlight and it is complemented by the carbon fiber highlights, such as the prominent front splitter and air intakes, as well as MSO carbon fibre side blades and the unique MSO rear diffuser. Comparing them with those found on the standard model, the MSO side blades are a more aggressive, full length, interpretation of the door blades seen on the 650S Coupe and Spider models.Read the entire article McLaren Special Operations introduces the MSO 650S Coupe Concept
The McLaren 650S Coupé and 650S Spider can now be availed across 15 retail locations in the United States (13) and Canada (2). The newest retails stores -- McLaren Atlanta, McLaren Scottsdale, McLaren Washington DC and McLaren Vancouver -- opened in the past six months demonstrate the growth of the brand in North America.
The 2015 McLaren 650S Coupé and 650S Spider have starting prices of US$265,500 and US$280,225, respectively, in the US. The 650S Coupé and 650S Spider have starting price of CA$287,000 and CAD305,500, respectively, in Canada. The 650S could accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and reach 100 mph in just 5.7 seconds.
The 650s could travel a quarter mile in just 10.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 207 mph, in Coupé form. This means that the latest McLaren 650S is 0.6 sec faster than the iconic McLaren F1 road car during a standing quarter mile, and is a full second quicker to 124 mph. McLaren optimized the McLaren 650S’s aerodynamics to ensure heightened driver engagement.Read the entire article 2015 McLaren 650S pricing announced for US and Canada
Back in January, we reported that McLaren is working on a hardcore version of the 12C to take on the Ferrari 458 Speciale, which was introduced back in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). Meanwhile, at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the British company introduced the 650S Coupe and 650 Spider.
Despite the fact that two new models were unveiled, McLaren is again working hard on an even more extreme version of the 650S. For those who don’t know, the privately owned company said that it will introduce a new model every year and expects to triple its sales within two or three years.
According to McLaren’s chief development Chris Goodwin, the company took the decision to develop a track-focused version of the 650S because around 12 percent of the customers who buy their cars use them on track. The standard version of the McLaren 650S is powered by the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine found also on the P1 and 12C, which generates 650 hp and 678 Nm of torque.Read the entire article McLaren already developing a track-focused version of the 650S
McLaren not only brought the 650S Coupe at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, but also the 650S Spider. The new McLaren 650S Spider promises to offer the same performance, handling and driver enjoyment as the coupe. Just like the MP4-12C Spider, the 650S Spider features a two-piece retractable hard top that can be automatically raised or lowered in less than 17 seconds and at speeds of up to 30km/h (19 mph).
Thanks to the carbon fiber MonoCell chassis, the 650S requires no additional strengthening or reinforcing in open-top guise. The weight of the 650S Spider is 1,370 kg (dry), an increase of only 40 kg over the coupe version. Under the hood, we find the same Mclaren M838T twin turbo V8 engine that produces 650 hp and 678 Nm (500 lb ft) of torque.
These numbers translate into a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds (identical to the coupe) and to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.6 seconds (0.2 seconds slower than the coupe). Top speed is 329 km/h (204 mph). Meanwhile, the fuel consumption and emissions remain the same for the 650S Spider: 24.2 mpg (11.7 l/100km) on the EU combined cycle and 275 g/km.Read the entire article 2014 Geneva: McLaren 650S Spider shows up wearing its Tarocco Orange coat [Live Photos]
As it promised, McLaren announced today the performance figures of its all-new 650S model that will be launched at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. We already know that the new McLaren 650S will be available as a Coupe or as a Spider and both version are powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine (also found on the MP4-12C and the P1) that generates 650 hp @ 7250 rpm and 678 Nm of torque @ 6000 rpm.
Using a 7-speed DSG transmission, the Mclaren 650S Coupe hits 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds, 200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.4 seconds and 300 km/h (186 mph) in 25.4 seconds, while top speed is 333 km/h or 207 mph. Moreover, the McLaren 650S Coupe runs the ¼ mile (400 m) in 10.5 seconds @ 224 km/h or 139 mph.
All these performance figures were recorded for the model using standard Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres. Furthermore, the McLaren 650S Coupe also comes with carbon ceramic brakes and stops from 100 km/h (62 mph) in 30.5 m (100 ft), from 200 km/h (124 mph) in 123 m (404 ft) and from 300 km/h (186 mph) in 271 m (889 ft).Read the entire article McLaren releases performance figures and pricing for the 650S Coupe
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