Re: McLaren on a winning streak
In % terms, 991 turbos seems to depreciate way more than McLaren or Lamborghini. Panamera and higher model cayennes are even worse.
For example, there is not a single used 991.1 turbo s cabriolet selling for below 150.000 Euro in Germany, these cars are approx. 50.000km and 3 years old. This would be a discount of approx 30% vs MSRSP. Assuming most buyers get approx 5% discount that would result in about 25% vs retail price. I am sure you will have a very hard time in selling a used McLaren with these km and age specs with just 25% discount vs retail (i.e. for about 205.000 Euro, assuming you paid approx. 270.000 for it)...
Germany isn't the only market in the world.
This car started at minimum $200K base. Now it's asking $140K, so you can assume another $5-10K off. So it's lost $65-70K in value, and that's assuming you had not a single additional option on the car. Add a few options which won't materially change the resale price and you're down $70-80K.
Nothing unique here. Not a bad car or spec. Just the reality of Porsche depreciation. Also now consider that a 650S Spider in the US is typically over $300K. These cars are down about $100K. Yeah, maybe few thousand less miles than a Porsche, but all exotics get less mileage in real usage anyway, so no big deal. Mileage discounts aren't significant on McLarens until you get into like 20K miles. 1K and 7K mile cars tend to have more or less the same price.
So percentage wise, the difference isn't significant.