The successor to the McLaren 650S arrive in 2018

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McLaren 650S

just over a year ago he appeared in the Geneva Motor Show McLaren 650S . This supercar came as an evolution of McLaren MP4-12C , taking as a base model and leads in almost all respects. Although this model does not take long on the market, it seems that the manufacturer of Woking are considering the development of his successor would come in 2018

This project is known internally as P14 and may mark a before and after in the British brand. Although it will be presented as a completely new model, really approaches the carbon fiber chassis and engine 3.8 liter V8 of the 650S. Where it will be the greatest revolution in the paragraph of design . According to Frank Stephenson, Design Director McLaren, the new model will be “even more crazy,” the McLaren P1.

McLaren 650S 1 El sucesor del McLaren 650S llegará en 2018

McLaren 650S

This roughly translates to the introduction of a new design language, the more extreme than at present and that will mark the line of upcoming models. Also it will aim to beat the Ferrari 488 GTB. Believe in the brand is the team to beat and it would increase power from 650 horses that have the 650S to about 670 horses , matching the 488 GTB and McLaren still below 675LT.

However, as this model is limited to 500 units and has already sold all their production it could also be considered one greater power increase . The benefits of P14 will also be safely increased and the new model will make the 0-100 km / h in less than three seconds and reach a top speed than 330 km / h .

McLaren 650S

McLaren 650S

As in the present, the successor will have a version 650S Coupe and Spider . The roadster will feature a retractable hardtop and probably presented a year later that the coupe due to McLaren launch strategies. The new model will reach the market with a price higher than the 650S, which will be above 250,000 euros .

Source – Autocar

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Article 650S McLaren’s successor will arrive in 2018 has originally been published in Current Motor.