All good things must come to an end, so the McLaren Sports Series is going out on top

We have lived, laughed, and loved together with the McLaren Sports Series, and the final 620R deliveries mark the end of their sports series. It's hard to believe the 570S arrived six years ago. Since then, their entry-level lineup has enticed many new owners who had never considered owning a supercar. The 570GT added practicality and the 600LT was a Long Tail that could also be a daily driver.

The carbon fiber chassis that underpinned them all had a great run. It is still years ahead of the competition, but McLaren strives for excellence in every detail. Therefore, the 620R arrives with a whopping 611 horsepower and 457 lb-ft of torque. This is also the end of the line for their bulletproof 3.8-liter V8, so it was endowed with the same hardcore parts as the 570S GT4.

All cars are loaded with MSO content inside and out. It is lower, wider, and louder than any of its Sports Series predecessors, and each car has exposed carbon for the roof scoop, cantrails, and aerodynamics that generate 408 lbs of downforce. Only 225 cars were built for the world, with 70 in the U.S. specification. It deserves a place in your collection so click the button below.

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