McLaren Special Edition 650S Can-Am

Oct 12, 2015

Category: Rides

With the Can-Am racing series hitting its five decade anniversary this year, McLaren has decided to celebrate by releasing the 650S Can-Am. The car’s design takes from the original McLaren racers from the ’60s and ’70s.

The 650S is based on their Spyder, sporting a 3.8L v8 engine that pushees out 641 horsepower. The car is able to hit 62 mph in just 3.0 seconds, and it has a top speed of 204mph. As far as the look is concerned, it features a carbon fiber retractable hard top — a first for McLaren cars — and other carbon fiber upgrades, such as the hood, airbrake, front splitter, rear bumper, and the door blades. The wheels also have a unique look to them, as they’ve been inspired by Can-Am. It has a very limited edition run of just 50 cars, so expect one to sell for a pretty penny.

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