By on December 1, 2010

You want a McLaren? You know, the car made by the folks who usually only do Formula 1? All you need is exactly €200,000. Or $262,940 in today’s dollars. According to Automobilwoche [sub], that buys you:

  • A twoseater made from carbon fiber
  • That weighs only 1300 kilo (2,866 lbs)
  • Eight cylinders that make 600hp
  • A top speed to 320 km/h (200 mph)
  • And only 300g CO2 per kilometer!
  • A design that looks like it’s coming from the Fulton fishmarket.
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7 Comments on “Value Meal: Have a McLaren...”

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    …what about that awesome Meridian sound system????

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    300gr/km CO2? I’m pleased to see its putting out that much plant food per kilometer.
    Thanks to the PIIGS crisis, if they keep it priced in Euros, it may become a real bargain in America. ;)  Unless the US bails everybody out with our new Weimar dollars.

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    I saw one of these Mclaren’s testing near my house recently and I can confirm it sounds exactly like that GT5 video.

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    And on another note, how did GT5’s official release sneak past my radar? I’ve been waiting for this forever! It is the only reason I’d ever want a PS3, at this point. Or for that matter, any modern game system. Oh, the hours I’ve spent playing the rest of the GT series!
    The McLaren’s $262,000 would pay off my house twice over and still leave enough money to buy a gently used CPO BMW 750Li just for kicks. A man’s gotta have his priorities.

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    Kristjan Ambroz

    Speaking of the GT5, it’s quite nice – can definitely recommend it. It is hardly finished, with several early bugs still to be ironed out, the loading times are a pain and the damage modelling only starts coming into play from level 20 (with full effects from level 40), only 200 of the 1000+ cars are of the premium kind (with the new rendering, which is neigh on photo quality), the AI still leaves a bit to be desired…
    But all in all it is a fantastic game nevertheless and well worth your time and the $60. Try out the go-karting – some of the most visceral thrills early on in the game!

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