In the time that it took Acura to develop the newest NSX, McLaren, a British Ferrari-challenger, released a number of models including the P1 hypercar, thanks to a modular architecture and an upgradable 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine.
Least Expensive: With the introduction of the under-$200,000 570S, McLaren aims to compete with the Audi R8, Ferraris, and high-end Porsche 911s as relatively affordable everyday supercars. The 570S features a detuned 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 also found in the 650S, producing 562 horsepower.
Sportiest: As the P1 hypercar is no longer available and McLaren working on its next extreme supercar, the 650S has become the brand's sportiest offering with Formula 1 technology and plenty of horsepower and aerodynamic force to keep things interesting on a track.
Popular: After the success of the company's MP4-12C (later renamed the 12C), McLaren launched the 650S, a revised 12C that has since become the brand's most successful nameplate, although it's set to be replaced soon with the a car code-named the P14.
Most Expensive: Until the automaker releases another hypercar, the 650S Spider drop-top is the most expensive model, stretching beyond $300,000 with options.