The first of the second-gen Super Series models from McLaren is due to be revealed soon. This much talked about model will replace the existing 650S when it debuts at the Geneva Motor Show on March 7.
McLaren has now released fresh set of details on the second-gen model. The car in fact will come with multiple driving modes with an active chassis. Drivers can select Comfort, Sport or Track mode and McLaren’s Proactive Chassis Control II will deliver the optimal balance of cornering grip, response and comfort to best suit the driving conditions.
Proactive Chassis Control II uses multiple sensors – 12 more than on previous Super Series models, including an accelerometer on each wheel hub to read inputs from the road and measure tyre contact patch. The information is analysed in milliseconds by the Optimal Controller algorithm at the core of the system and suspension damping is immediately optimised accordingly.
Full details of the 650S replacement, including pricing, will be confirmed in March when official images will be revealed by McLaren.