The new limited edition McLaren 600LT is more track focused with increased performance through weight reduction, increased power and optimised aerodynamics, all true Longtail traits in the spirit of the McLaren F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ race car and McLaren 675LT Coupé and Spider.
Bruno Senna drives the new McLaren SennaView Post
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McLaren Toronto has been named McLaren Automotive’s Global Retailer of the Year for 2017 in recognition of the highest standards of business operation, which contributed to a record year for McLaren Automotive in the North America.
McLaren Automobiles, which launched in 2010, sold its first car, an MP4 12-C, in North America in December 2011. Less than seven years later McLaren are now celebrating the sale of the 5,000th car in North America.
McLaren 570S Spider buyers can now take advantage of the new Track Pack options package that brings together a range of practical and visual features to enhance race track experiences.
McLaren Automotive has confirmed that it will be producing the Senna GTR, which will be its ultimate track car. Up to 75 units will be sold at a cost of approximately £1 million (USD $1.39 million) plus local taxes.
True to the legendary abilities of the racing driver whose name it bears, the Senna has been designed, engineered and developed to be the ultimate road-legal McLaren track car.
2019 McLaren Senna is McLaren’s Ultimate Street-legal Track CarView Post
British auto manufacturer McLaren Automotive and Italian high-performance tire manufacturer Pirelli have teamed up to create a winter wheel and tire package for the McLaren Sports Series supercars.