3. McLaren 650S Spider
It’s hard to follow up on a supercar like the McLaren P1, but the British automaker did its best by rolling out the 650S and 650S Spider at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Based on the MP4-12C, the 650S will be slotted in the lineup above the 12C and below the P1, while sporting a design that mixes and mingles with both offerings. At one glance it’s easy to tell that the 650S has its front end heavily inspired by the P1 exotic, while sporting 25 hp more than the standard 12C – giving it 650 hp and its name. Like all the other McLaren cars, it’s powered by a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 engine.
Along with the new front end, the 650S has brand-new LED headlights, a more integrated front splitter designed to increase downforce, while new door blades aid in directing air around the exotic.