Launched at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the McLaren 650S replaced the four-year-old MP4-12C, the company’s first production sports car since the F1 supercar. Available in both coupe and roadster guises, the 650S is motivated by McLaren’s award-winning, twin-turbo, 3.8-liter V-8 that’s also found in the 12C and the P1 hybrid supercar. The mill cranks out 640 horses and 500 pound-feet of torque, making the 650S slightly quicker than its competitors. The British sports car also delivers superior top speeds in both body styles. Come 2015, the Brits are expanding the 650S lineup by launching two track-prepped versions and a detuned "Club" model for the Asian market. Additionally, McLaren continues to roll out special-edition versions crafted by its MSO division, the most recent of which is the Le Mans limited edition.