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SA Man Buys McLaren SuperCar For 6 Million Rand!

According to McLaren Automotive SA General Manager, Grant Dryden a South African man has recently ordered the limited edition of the McLaren  650S  which is a beauty  for a whooping 6 Million Rand!… The buyer is said to be a racing enthusiast and a McLaren racing follower. Check out pics of the beauty below:

ALCANTARA-CLAD INTERIOR

McLaren 650S Le Mans interior

The interior is a mix of black leather and Alcantara, the sports seats finished in black with contrasting orange Alcantara in the centre. A Le Mans logo is embossed on the head restraint of each seat and on the floor mats. The 650S’s cabin is hand-crafted around the driver. Discover the exquisite materials and race-bred technology that provide such a unique combination of luxury & excitement.

POWER

Mclaren engine

The McLaren 650S Le Mans, designed by MSO in consultation with Peter Stevens, designer of the McLaren F1, borrows styling from the race winner, most notably the roof-mounted snorkel air intake to feed the 3.8 twin-turbo V8.

Power and torque figures for the McLaren 650S Le Mans are unchanged from the standard model – 478kW/678Nm – and can hit 100km/h in three seconds. Top speed: 333km/h.

Exposed carbon-fibre is used throughout the limited model, including the front splitter and rear bumper. The coupé also has extended side blades and a distinctive rear diffuser. The metallic Sarthe Grey exterior was inspired by the colour of the race-winning 1995 McLaren F1 GTR.

The front wings have subtle louvres to reduce pressure over the front wheels and increase downforce.

Exterior

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At an angle

McLaren 650S Le Mans

McLaren orange

mclaren 650S

Blue

650S

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