Traditional shooting brake supercars are few and far between in today’s world of mid-engined or front engined supremacy. Here and there one might find a classic DB5 shooting brake, but it’s a rare product, most marques build 2+2s instead of offering up trunk space. Closet shooting brake enthusiasts now may rejoice and behold the latest reports of a McLaren MP4-12C shooting brake.
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The Ferrari FF, Porsche 911 and others have throwaway rear seats and sacrifice performance as a result of the added weight.
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McLaren promises the shooting brake version of their latest supercar to be the same as the short version of their supercar. Think of it as a top-of-the-range Porsche 911 that one might haul firewood in. Prices most likely will start around $150K. Competitive with the quickest 911 and still less than the woeful and heavy $230K FF.
– By: Sawyer Sutton