It was just in 2011 when McLaren came back to building street autos, propelling the MP4-12C car, later called basically 12C. The creepy crawly variation came a year later, and both have gotten to be something of a deal advanced supercar.
We’ll clarify. A 2013 McLaren 12 Spider, the subject of today’s audit, initially had a sticker cost of $268,250, while the roadster started at around $241,900. Envision our lovely astonishment when we found our 12C Spider was recorded for $189,000.
That is a reserve funds of about $80k for a supercar that is scarcely four years of age. Control originates from that well known twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8, which produces 616 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque, and that power goes to the back wheels through a seven-speed double grip gearbox.