I'm surprised by some of the general praise/appeal I'm seeing outside of this form. I personally think it's the worst car they've made thus far. It makes little sense whatsoever. And a few things to note.
1. It's not a game changer in terms of space. Ferrari mid-engines have always been able to fit clubs behind the seat. Hell, even the Spider can fit them behind the seat. And if you want, you can even fit a large duffle on top of them. Fitting a set of club in the McLaren is not impressive. Golfing + supercars is an outdated model anyway. It's Robin Leach-era market research. Who are these people? Do they even exist still? It's probably cheaper to leave a set of clubs are you favorite course or just ship them to your hotel. Not to mention if you're significant other doesn't golf too, you do, you know, have this giant spacious area called the "passenger seat" to put your clubs.
1.5. The space is large in number, but not all "space" is created equally. Long and shallow with curves and weird spaces may be bigger than a box, but last time I checked, most stuff is shaped like boxes, not long shallow boxes. The space is ideal of soft, long bags like duffles, and duffles can already be crammed into many other spaces -- like the enormously deep frunk or behind the seats. Why the hell do I want a long tubular channel in my trunk? All my suitcases are squares and rectangles! So are the boxes of pretty much everything that you buy in a store! I can't of the last time Amazon sent me a package in the shape of a cylinder...
2. Other sport equipment like skis or whatever is meaningless. Who the hell can afford a $200K+ two-seater and would choose that for their ski trip? Just take your damn Cayenne or RR that you obviously have. Or just rent one. McLarens my technically work in the snow, but no who actually has them think it's worth the effort. I'd rather have a roof rack on my McLaren than a weird hatch.
3. A 911 Turbo likely has just as much space in the rear and is higher performance. 812 Superfast is likely more space, more accessible, more comfortable, and just as exotic. Just because this is a rear "mid-engine" doesn't mean it's a game changer. Rear-mid isn't the end-all of sports cars. There are plenty of front-mid cars that are cooler and better than rear-mid.
4. It's not nearly as easy to get into with these doors. No one who is looking for "comfort" and "practicality" thinks a McLaren fits the bill. The 720s is better than this.
5. The 720S already has tons of luggage space for what the average couple will need on any given road trip. The frunk is big and so is the area behind the seats. The idea that older couples plan on taking month-long road trips with huge cargo needs is absurd. If you can afford a $200K, how about you stop being such a cheap ass and overnight your luggage or shopping purchases back home? What does it cost to send a giant suitcase to a hotel or have DHL pick it up? $100? Probably a hell of a lot less than the $2+/mile of depreciation you're putting on your car on such road trips.
So yeah, this car is fucking dumb. It shows the constraints of their limited use platform. If they wanted a GT, they should have made a proper one. I'd rather have a McLaren SUV than a shittier, shittier looking 720S. A used 720S is probably $250K nowadays and probably less by the time the GT arrives. You're nuts if you buy this over a used 720S.