Liberty Walk’s McLaren 650S Spider literally looks like it’s been through hell

Yay or nay?
by Drei Laurel | Apr 9, 2020
PHOTO: Liberty Walk

This is Liberty Walk’s latest: A McLaren 650S Spider that, quite frankly, looks it’s like been taken advantage of by a lunatic with a limitless supply of sandpaper, a can of spray paint, and a ton of time on his hands before running through a car-sized toaster oven.

End result? To be honest, we thought it was a burnt-out supercar shell from afar—take a few steps closer, though, and…let’s just say looking like hell’s never looked this good. We’re digging this thing’s apocalyptic design.

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There doesn’t appear to be much more to this McLaren’s appearance outside of what’s immediately apparent, a lowered stance, and some extra aero bits down low. Liberty Walk’s made no mention of any performance changes so we’ll assume it’s still running on a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 641hp and 678Nm of torque. The lengths Liberty Walk has gone to for its photoshoot, though, deserves special mention.

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The abandoned setting—whether it’s a warehouse, factory or, whatever it is—is a given. But the gas mask hanging on the rear wing and leaking biohazard containers are pretty neat touches. There’s even a cameo by a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds reject in one of the photos—definitely A+ for effort.

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So, is a low-riding supercar part of your end-of-the-world survival garage or would you rather stick to more conventional apocalypse-proof vehicles? Let us know in the comments.

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