Geneva 2014: Facts about the McLaren 650s

From a standing start to 3 km / h in 100 seconds and after 8.4 seconds the new McLaren 650s flies over the course at just 200 kilometers per hour. The pimped version of the MP 4/12 is said to master the famous quarter mile in 10.5 seconds. And if you are brave enough and have a clear path, you only have to leave your foot on the right pedal long enough for 333 km / h to be top speed.

British low flyer - McLaren 650s

More top speed, better handling and an even more balanced high-speed balance. The new 650s should do everything better than the already incredibly good McLaren MP 4/12. Of course, the new 650s brakes with carbon ceramic brakes and so the tires were only the sporty Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. Pirelli and McLaren, I was able to experience this connection on the racetrack in the MP 4/12.

50 years of road and racing car know-how embodied in just one car. The new McLaren 650s has its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show!


Drivetrain layoutLongitudinal Mid Engine, RWDTrack, F / R (mm)Zones
Engine configurationV8 twin turbo / 3799ccLength (mm)4512
EnginePS / rpmZonesWidth (mm)2093
Torque Nm / rpmZonesHeight (mm)1199
Transmission7 Speed ​​SSGDry Weight (kg / lbs)Zones
Body structureCarbon Fiber MonoCell with Aluminum Front and Rear FramesActive aerodynamicsMcLaren Airbrake
Wheelbase (mm)2670SuspensionProActive Chassis Control
BrakesCarbon Ceramic Discs with Forged Aluminum Hubs (F 394mm / R 380mm)ProActive Chassis Control modesNormal / sport / track
Tires (F / R)Pirelli P Zero Corsa 235/35 R19 / Pirelli P Zero Corsa 305/30 R20Powertrain modesWinter / normal / sport / track
Wheel Sizes (F / R)19 ”x 8.5” J / 20 ”x 11” J

Performance data:

EfficiencyCO2275 g / km
Fuel consumption (combined)24.2 mpg
Power to weight (with lightweight options)500 hp (493 bhp) / ton
CO2/power0.42 g / km per PS
SpeedMaximum speed (650S Spider)333 km / h (207 mph)
Acceleration0-100 kph (62 mph)3.0 s *
0-200 kph (124 mph)8.4 s *
0-300 kph (186 mph)25.4 s *
0-400 m / ¼ mile10.5 @ 224 km / h (139 mph) *
BrakingBraking100-0 km / h 30.5 m (100 ft)
 200-0 km / h 123 m (404 ft)
 300-0 km / h 271 m (889 ft)

McLaren 650s 01 Geneva 2014 McLaren 650s 03 Geneva 2014


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