December 29, 2016 at 3:26 PM
Looking at the pictures, we can see the body is much more centre-focused, bringing the panels tighter to the driver's compartment. The side mirrors have to stretch quite a bit to be useful, indicating an extremely wide rear stance. The rear of the car is shorter and simpler than its predecessor, but we can still see a deployable rear wing, just like the 650S. Looking at the front of the car,
McLaren decided to ditch the logo-style headlight in favour of a smaller, pointer item, with what seem to be integrated air intakes underneath. We're not sure how spy photographers were able to capture this car completely uncamouflaged, but we're not complaining.