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2016 McLaren 650S Gets Standard Carbon Fiber Bits for No Added Cost

Includes front splitter, side skirts and intakes, rear bumper, and mirror casings as well as interior carbon fiber trim package.

Jason Udy
Sep 22, 2015

The 2016 McLaren 650S Coupe and Spider will come standard with previously optional content, including carbon fiber exterior and interior bits, at no additional cost. New available options are also available for the 2016 model year.

Pricing for the 2016 McLaren 650S Coupe starts at $273,600, while the 2016 McLaren 650S Spider starts at $288,600. Both prices include a $4,100 destination fee.

Standard carbon fiber bits added for the 2016 model year include a front splitter, side skirts and intakes, rear bumper, and mirror casings as well as the interior carbon fiber trim package. The no-cost carbon fiber additions are said to be valued at $22,500.

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New optional equipment includes the $9,950 McLaren Enhanced Technology Package (front vehicle lifter, electric adjustable seats and steering column, Meridian surround sound, parking sensors, backup camera, and car cover). Previously, those features priced individually cost $16,440 and now saves customers more than $6,000. A new $2,830 McLaren Track Telemetry App displays and records lap times, sector splits, lap deltas and comparisons between other users. Additionally, the app via GPS-based track mapping can display lap timing and data-logging with graphical plots of vehicle speed and lap time deltas.

Other available features include $1,300 Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires, a $930 soft-close door option, and larger racing seats at the same cost as the standard racing seats. Additionally, 10 new MSO exterior paint colors are available.

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