McLaren Automotive has unviled their new Ultimate Series roadster, the Elva. It is the company’s first open-cockpit roadgoing car. Only 399 units will be built.
The new McLaren GT has more storage capacity than any McLaren before it and it packs no weaker a punch as a result…
In just eight years since the first hand-built supercar left the factory, McLaren Automotive is celebrating the building of their 20,000th car.
The all-new McLaren Grand Tourer was announced at Geneva. Although the name has not yet been revealed, we know that it will share DNA with the Speedtail.
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McLaren has released details of its latest open-air supercar. The new McLaren 720S Spider is lighter, stiffer and more track-worthy.
The new Speedtail is McLaren’s first ‘Hyper-GT’ and their ultimate road going car and the next chapter in McLaren’s Ultimate Series. The good news is 106 of these cars will be built; the bad news is all of them are already spoken for with a list price from £1.75 million or roughly $3 million Canadian, plus taxes.
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.