The McLaren 650S is the Prestige Cup Car of Season 14. The 650S is one of the slowest Cars in Tier 5.
McLaren 650S Specifications
Real life 650S
McLaren 650S means 650 hp. The engine is the same as in the MP4-12C, it’s just a software update that pushes more horses across the paddock. It’s also available for the MP4-12C, by the way, because McLaren generally shits itself about pissing off its existing clientele, so almost all the parts on the 650S are also available for its predecessor. With the exception of the snout and a few carbon things.
But the most important up-date, that for the transmission, can also be had for “the old one,” and that’s important and that’s good, because with it, the McLaren finally shifts the way you’d expect a supercar to shift at this price altitude. 3.0 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, say the English, which seems a bit optimistic to us.
After all, it’s only (and fortunately) rear-wheel drive, the Porsche 911 Turbo S with its admittedly “only” 560 horses can go over all fours, which is extremely helpful in this league. But somehow this is typical for the guys from the island, Lotus has always communicated such extreme acceleration orgies, which the vehicles then never even came close to achieving.
In any case, the car is capable of quite a bit, as the measured values prove: The car goes from 0 to 100 km/h in just three seconds, 200 km/h are reached after 8.4 seconds, Vmax is 333 km/h – it gets pretty lonely in the fast lane. However, this razor-edge performance is not only made possible by the engine and chassis tuning. The engineers have also tweaked the aerodynamics.
The CSR2 650S
The 3 yellow star McLaren can fit 110 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The 650S should run 9.538s. To sum up, the 650S is obviously not one of the faster cars in Tier 5.
McLaren 650S tune and shift pattern
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|Wining shift pattern
|Perfect start, 20mph 2nd, 8.000rpm 3rd and NOS, rest deep good shifts