With some vehicles, what you get out from the factory floor is simply perfect. That cannot be more valid with the McLaren 650S, as that statement is true in its every facet. From the remarkable futuristic and aerodynamically sound design, all the way to its high-performance nature, allowing the owner some blazing fast track times, the 650S is the epitome of advanced automotive engineering. 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 can be fully accepted 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. This is where our custom made aftermarket wheels come into play, giving the already perfected platform an even more appealing look.
This particular Nardo Gray McLaren 650S build comes courtesy of R1 Motorsport. The setup chosen for this McLaren 650S consist of the 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. The final accentuating touch is the 50/50 Exposed Titanium Hardware option.
As with all current ADV.1 Wheels, these two-piece forged wheels come standard with titanium hardware. With that in mind, the gorgeous ten-spoke design and perfect fitment provide a wheel upgrade that suits the high-performance supercar nature of this vehicle perfectly.
For R1 Motorsport, the final touch for this McLaren 650S is the sick looking vehicle wrap, complementing the Nardo Gray exterior nicely. In turn, this McLaren 650S will turn heads anywhere it goes. Take a look at the complete media gallery of this project right below.