I mean..... if you're too busy you can have them send the Cali T to me
McLaren aren't very good at naming their cars eh. The 650S is also not very interesting and its looks are... well lazy is what I would say but who knows, it might look better in the flesh. I'll find out at the Geneva Motorshow.
On the other hand, the California T is interesting but only for its engine.The first Turbo V8 by Ferrari since the F40.
I agree that McLaren hasn't been great with naming their road cars. MP4-12C, P1, and 650S don't have much in common besides being alphanumeric jumbles, and the P1 is only named such because they had to make it abundantly clear who it was the successor to.
Big Mac looking to fill the sponsorship holes? I like that. Pay us 60grand we will trade you cars and then sell you're 12C to the highest bidder as a collectors item. Nice work if you can get it. Sure sign Ron Dennis is back.
Meanwhile at the SCUD.........Let's get these beasts out and start spreading the word, we can afford it and the PR is worth millions.
Just make sure you get it BEFORE the guys over at Car&Anus beat the poo out of it.
Lets get down to brass tacks here. Does it have the Levinson audio system?
Actually its not a bad car. It shares a platform with the Japanese 4 door sport sedan named the Altezza (well theoreticaly it is the same car), parts would be abundant since there is a small cult devoted to the old IS/Altezza
When I arrived in Geneva, I was greeted with this.
It stayed in front of the four seasons hotel for quite some time. Probably explains the cover and must be extremely brand new. I wonder if it's a customer P1?
Proportion wise, it's not as small and as low as I would thought it would be. The sloped, low back makes the illusion of the car being smaller than it is. It's also surprisingly not too wide for a supercar.