I think it looks awesome besides the front being maybe a bit too round. Looks fast as hell though. Low center of gravity, looks very balanced and aerodynamic. Still don't think it can knock the Ariel Atom off the top of the Top Gear fast laps board.
Brogan Strangely enough it has been discussed. But the price tag is a little high right now, though is unlikely we would be able to get one anyway. The expectation is that the run of 500 world wide is likely to be sold out before us mere mortals get the chance to buy one.
To be honest this is the McLaren attempt to regain the hyper-car crown that was originally won by the F1 but then was kept in joint custody with Mercedes with the SLR in its various guises. I have to be honest and say I would rather get a second hand SLR 722 because there is just something about that car that makes the heart race just looking at it, but at around £350k for a 2 year old car it is still out of the price range
What I do find strange is the lack of he best device ever invented for a car that was in the SLR but is missing out of both the McLaren and also out of anything by Mercedes, but is one of the cheapest things they could do. The flip top gear stick with the big red start button on it. Was so simple, so cheesey but does make you feel like you are in a fighter jet and not a car and the simple action of pushing that button to make the engine roar into life gave even the hardest of heart a quick thrill
Personally, I like both of the McLarens. The technical exercise which created the cars is amazing, and the car which is the output of this process performs how it is supposed to, and for the same reason that I love the Nissan GTR, I also love the McLaren
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