McLaren has come a long way from building racecars to making the technology available for supercar aficionados, and since the iconic F1, the company has taken a huge leap forward.
During its evolution, the Woking-based automaker has rolled out the MP4-12C, along with the open-top Spider, which have evolved into the 650S and 650S Spider.
However, those looking for more extreme rides can transfer about $350,000 for a 675LT, but is it really worth paying an arm and a leg more over the lesser 570S?
This is a question that has many variables to keep track of, and power is not the only key factor that an enthusiast should consider, nor is the improved aerodynamics of the more potent member of the family, but rather how one can live with it 99 percent of the time, when it’s not driven at full capacity.
Taking the two McLarens and pitching them one against each other to find out whether the massive price difference is justifiable is not an easy task and such decisions are not based purely on logic, but this video comparison does make some interesting points.