2015 McLaren 650S Values

Select a 2015 McLaren 650S trim level

2015 model year changes

The 650S is a brand new model this year, though it's closely related to the MP4 12C and will replace that car. The 650S features a totally restyled front end, a more powerful engine and additional chassis tuning. The 650S is not only a faster car than the MP4 12C but a better handling car as well, thanks to revised suspension and improved aerodynamics.

Competitive comparison

Incredibly fast; glamorous styling; impeccable handling; available as a convertible; easy to drive at the limit.

Special features for 2015

The McLaren 650S starts at around $270,000 and while that's expensive, it's in such rarified company as the Ferrari 458 Italia and the Porsche 911 Turbo S. While all three are examples of intense automotive engineering, the McLaren claims the horsepower prize and the biggest head-turner. For those who want all three -- uncompromising speed, handling and looks -- the 650S is the one to buy, offering the kind of presence that can only be matched by million dollar hypercars.
The McLaren 650s is the dream car for lovers of all things fast. The trademark supercar comes in one well-appointed trim, and also is offered in a convertible version called the Spider. Standard outfitting includes: 19” premium alloy front wheels, 20” premium alloy rear wheels, carbon-ceramic racing brakes, LED headlamps, powered and heated side mirrors, air brakes (active), adaptive suspension system with several driving modes, two-zone climate control, custom leather seating, 7” touchscreen command console with Bluetooth/iPod/USB connectivity, HD and satellite radio and a four-speaker Meridian audio system. Made to be customizable to how you see fit, there’s a long list of options that you can add on. A few of the most popular include: special racing wheels, painted brake calipers, sport exhaust, adjustable rear suspension, powered heated seats, single-piece racing seats, premium upholstery, seven-speaker audio system and much, much more. Powering this supercar is a behemoth 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that churns out a staggering 641 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.