McLaren 650S GT3 has recently been unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed just days after the release of a single teaser image. As a successor to the 12C GT3 racing car, this new model comes with a more dramatic appearance and promises more performance on the race track.
McLaren 650S GT3 is based on the road-going 650S, but features a more aggressive body kit that uses carbon fiber for the large air intakes, the splitter and the rear wing.
This sports car from the British automaker has also received an upgraded suspension, a new FIA-approved rollcage, a bespoke steering wheel and a specially developed digital dash display.
McLaren 650S GT3 is fitted with V8 3.8-litre twin turbo engine limited by FIA to develop only 500 horsepower, a brand new ECU and an Xtra gearbox.
The company announced the intention of making 15 units of the 650S GT3 for the start of the 2015 season, with price set at 330.000 pounds plus tax. McLaren also expressed the intention of allowing the 12C GT3 owners to upgrade their cars to the 650S GT3 specification with a special kit.