mature enough for a mclaren 650s?
We all have seen too many videos of foolish people, with more money than skill, crash their new ride on Youtube. Don't be one of those people!
There really isn't a need to question whether or not you need to buy a McLaren 650S. The only question you should be asking yourself is are you are mature enough to handle such a car. We all have seen too many videos of foolish people, with more money than skill, crash their new ride on Youtube. Don't be one of those people. Purchase a McLaren and save the antics for the racetrack. It is a win win situation because if you crash on a track, it can be chocked up to racing and you'll still have fun. Doing anything on the street however, is just asking for internet infamy and for people to rightly assume you're an idiot.
For those of you who happen to be living under a rock, the McLaren 650S is drop top vehicle that packs more electronics and wind tunnel tested designs than you can appreciate. Coming from the MP4-12C, the 650S is what can be achieved when you hone your craft and get feedback from drivers. It is essentially, a distilled version of the 12C, but with a few flairs thrown in to make the robotic 12C a dancing machine. From the carbon fiber tub to the engineering prowess of F1, McLaren has a definite winner on their hands. And with a top that goes down in less than 17 second, while at speeds of 20 mph, achieving full awesomeness is easy. And when you are ready for really aggressive driving, McLaren has thrown in brake steering technology along with proactive chassis control which can change the suspension settings on the fly. So should you find yourself an open road with undulating and twisting surfaces, a push of a button is all that is needed to get your car ready for some aggressive driving therapy.
Mashing the go pedal, you almost immediately reach the 8500 rpm redline of the twin turbo V8 engine that pumps out 641 hp and 500 lb ft of torque. Mated to a seven speed dual clutch gearbox, the highway is your kingdom and other cars are just a laughable medley of metal. Yes, there is absolutely no reason to not own a McLaren. The prowess that comes from an F1 racing veteran company can be seen in every surface and every detail. There are simply no other cars that can compete on such a level. Oftentimes supercars are too raucous or just plain outlandish, leading to a terrible driving experience. McLaren on the other hand, they know exactly what they are doing and you will too when you get behind the wheel of the best supercar on the road today.