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McLaren 12C Spider Preview - Web Exclusive

The 12C Looses it’s Top.

Ezekiel Wheeler
Jul 3, 2012
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The MP4-12C coupe now has a new family member the 12C Spider. The Spider is equipped with a Retractable Hard Top married to a carbon ‘MonoCell’ chassis much like it’s 12C coupe brother. Since the company recently retuned the power available to all vehicle, purchased and to be purchased, the Spider touts 616hp and a 0-60mph in 3.1 seconds. Priced from $265,750, McLaren is now accepting orders in the US. First deliveries are expected to hit our shores in late December/early January.

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The car is expected to make its “in-the-flesh” debut at the Pebble Beach Gooding & Company Auction VIP reception in August.

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