McLaren 650S Coupe Le Mans revealed, limited to 50 units

McLaren has unveiled a limited edition 650S Coupe Le Mans to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the McLaren F1 GTR victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Inspired by the race-winning chassis #01R McLaren F1 GTR including iconic roof-mounted ‘snorkel’ air intake, the 650S Le Mans will be limited to 50 units, offered as a coupé only.

The most notable styling enhancement is the fully-integrated roof-mounted ‘snorkel’ air intake, which channels airflow to the familiar 3.8-litre twin turbo V8 engine producing 641bhp.

Other exterior updates include front wings with subtle louvres to reduce pressure over the front wheels, increasing downforce, along with ‘Le Mans Edition’ lightweight wheels, visual carbon fibre the front splitter and rear bumper.

There are also MSO-developed extended side blades and the distinctive MSO rear diffuser.

The exterior is further enhanced by the metallic Sarthe Grey exterior paint colour, inspired by the race-winning McLaren F1 GTR.

The interior is finished in black leather and Alcantara, while seats are finished in black with contrasting McLaren Orange Alcantara in the centre. A Le Mans logo is also embossed on the headrests,

The McLaren 650S Le Mans is priced at £244,500 with first deliveries in mid-2015.

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