For owners of the McLaren 650S, there seems to be little what they can do to make this British supercar any better. The lightweight carbon fiber MonoCell ensures the McLaren 650S has the handling of a race-bred supercar. It helps the car achieve superior low weight, while the carbon fiber construction makes sure it’s future-proof too: carbon fiber does not degrade like metal, so the 650S will feel as agile and be just as safe for decades to come.
The McLaren 650S is powered by a 3.8L TwinTurbo engine delivering a whopping 650 horsepower and 678Nm (500LB FT) of torque that helps propel the vehicle from 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in just 3.0 seconds. Its top speed is a blazing-fast 333km/h or 207mph – plenty enough for most drivers.
With a supercar like this, there seems to be little that could be changed/upgraded to make it better. While that statement is fully correct for the vehicle’s design and bodywork – since the car maker did such an excellent job on the aerodynamics of the vehicle – adding a set of aftermarket wheels is a whole different ballgame.
The aftermarket wheel industry pretty much celebrates every bland wheel design coming from OEM manufacturers. The McLaren 650S is no different. It’s a vehicle that certainly benefits greatly thanks to custom forged wheels.
This particular Nardo Gray McLaren 650S build comes courtesy of R1 Motorsport. The California-based tuning shop added a set of aftermarket custom forged wheels from ADV.1, making the 650S pop-up nicely.
The wheels in question for this build are ADV10 M.V2 Competition Spec wheels. For this build, the wheels are installed in sizes od 20×9 and 21×12.5 in the front and rear, respectively. Thanks to a Gunmetal Finish, the wheels fit the gray theme of the exterior really well.
Additionally, these two-piece wheels come standard with titanium hardware, gorgeous ten-spoke design, and perfect fitment – allowing for a wheel upgrade that suits the high-performance supercar nature of this vehicle perfectly.
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