It still can’t touch a P1 however.
The McLaren 650S is a brilliant supercar—it is a heavily updated version of the MP4-12C and has several shared components with the legendary P1. Recently, McLaren unveiled just 50 examples of the 650S Le Mans edition. An even more hardcore version of the 650S, this rare beast comes with a snorkel roof scoop, ultra light weight wheels, carbon fiber side blades and diffuser, special badges and much more. The wheels are particularly special—they are inspired from the 1995 F1 GTR that competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The F1 GTR won the race, making McLaren the first manufacturer to take first place on their first attempt. McLaren’s special operations division, or MSO, produced this car to commemorate the 20th anniversary of this historic event. Less than 10 of these beauties will make it stateside and this car shown is one of them. The anonymous collector even requested every engineer that worked on the car, and McLaren CEO Ron Dennis, to sign the hood or engine. That’s pretty cool—most car manufacturers don’t treat you well enough to completely personalize your model. If that didn’t make the car special enough, it is also finished in a Tarocco Orange Elite Paint, while nearly every other model came in a Sarthe Grey paint.