Close up McLaren 650S with style “nuclear radiation” from Liberty Walk

An abandoned factory, a magnificent forest, a McLaren 650S Spider and an apocalyptic scene are what appear in the latest video, with innovative ideas from the Japanese house of Liberty Walk.

To make the video longer than 2 minutes, the car was filmed in the Chernobyl region, Ukraine – where the wild scenery of the landscape and mountains. This is also the place where the 1986 nuclear accident occurred – explaining the scenes and visuals at the beginning of the video.

As for the car, the  650S  is found in a covered state at a longtime isolated factory or building area. After being refueled, the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine began to grow back, taking the main character out of the Exclusion Zone to a place no longer contaminated by radiation.

Unlike the original 650S Spider , Liberty Walk wears a new body kit with new wheel arches, large side fins, new front bumper while rear bumper and diffuser slot. modified, large rear spoiler and finally 4 rim wheels. In particular, the decals of the sports car are designed according to the theme of doomsday.

Because Liberty Walk does not usually “move” to the machine, this McLaren seems to still use the V8 engine mentioned above 641 horsepower and 678 Nm of torque. On the   original 650S Spider , the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is done in just 3 seconds. The maximum speed of the car, according to the company, is 329 km / h.