I’ve owned a 570s since new for 6 years. Outside an issue with the car reading a key fob. The car has never, ever missed a beat.Looks lovely except it will spend half its life in mclaren having work done , if only they would nAil the reliability they would literally be the best cars on the road
That is a cracking package for the money, and I wouldn't see 6 years old as any real detriment.When you have Nimbus with tan on order and every month it moves back a couple of months this is quite tempting for similar money
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I'm a bit jealous then! They seem to be listed for significantly more here!Nope that’s the uk value
Right! it's like a $40k usd discount minimum!In the US the going price for a similar example is around £140,000 or $170,000 USD.
I've had a few mates run them with little drama but it would make me a bit nervous. I've been through the whole warning light roulette with a ferrariLooks lovely except it will spend half its life in mclaren having work done , if only they would nAil the reliability they would literally be the best cars on the road
Is this silver or Nimbus with some over the top retouch? It looks amazing though.
You were right. The picture was from 2022 London Concours.It’s Nimbus, another silver doesn’t exist. This looks like the same car they’ve been toting around to Goodwood etc.
Nimbus can look very neutral Silver in some lighting conditions. However there’s clearly also a (subtle) desaturating filter applied here.