3) McLaren 650S
McLaren calls the 650S, ‘the world’s most versatile supercar’. For more than 30 years, every car made by McLaren has had carbon fibre at its core. The 650S has a carbon fiber reinforced polymer chassis. Its carbon fibre MonoCell is designed to be strong, light and extremely rigid.
The car also brims with racing technology. It has a F1 inspired flat underside and rear diffuser. The 650S’s airbrake adds to its stopping power, although it can also be partially deployed to function as a rear wing to add downforce.
Another of the car’s F1-inspired features which was eventually banned from the circuit is brake steer. The 650S’s brake steer uses the rear discs to manage traction, understeer and oversteer during high speed maneuvers.
The car packs a more than decent 3.8 litre twin turbo V8 and a seven speed, dual clutch, automatic gearbox. This potent combination gives the car 641 bhp of power and and 500 lb·ft of torque. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and can reach a top speed of 204 mph. The car is being offered in coupe and roadster variants.