How Does The Original 12C Compare To The New Batch Of McLarens?

Comparison

McLaren on McLaren action never gets old.

McLaren stopped making the MP4-12C only two years ago, but in that time a lot has changed about the cars that come out of its Woking, England, factory. The MP4-12C was an experiment of sorts, a car meant to test the waters and see what McLaren could do after it had taken a 13-year break from building roadgoing cars. Now the 650S is out and it can beat many supercars, but how does it compare to its predecessor? The race is timed so jumping the gun doesn’t matter, but this 650S seems to forgo the use of launch control.

Watch and see how this affects the race between the two superhero-wrapped McLarens.

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