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McLaren rules out SUVs, four-seaters unlikely

  McLaren says that under no circumstances will it ever build a high performance SUV regardless of its volume potential. Speaking to CarAdvice at the unveiling of the new McLaren 570S in New York today, the British brand’s global executive director of sales and marketing, Joylon Nash, said he can “categorically” rule out SUVs in the McLaren lineup...

McLaren 570S won't cheapen the brand

McLaren says the just unveiled 'entry' 570S sports car will not damage perceptions of its brand, as it seeks to increase volume and make its wares more attainable. Speaking to the Australian media at the unveiling of the McLaren 570S in New York today, McLaren’s global executive director of sales and marketing Joylon Nash said that despite the sports car’s cheaper starting point, the 570S remained a McLaren at heart...

McLaren 570S Coupe revealed : British Porsche 911 rival outed

McLaren has just premiered the first member of its new Sports Series range, the 570S Coupe, in New York. This new entry point to the British brand’s arsenal is a price-point rival to the Porsche 911 Turbo and forthcoming all-new Audi R8, and slots in beneath the Ferrari-matching 650S...

McLaren Sports Series to debut in New York, engine note teased in video

The new more affordable McLaren Sports Series has been confirmed as one of the debutants at the 2015 New York motor show. In the video above, a camouflaged Sports Series prototype is shown haring around a snow covered test track with the rasp of the new car's engine performing duties as the teaser's soundtrack...

McLaren 675LT unveiled with 497kW 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8

The McLaren 675LT, which will sit atop the Super Series range, has been revealed and detailed ahead of its premiere at the 2015 Geneva motor show. McLaren claims that it has changed more than 50 per cent of components in its twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V8, which now produces 497kW of power and 700Nm of torque. That's up on the 478kW/678Nm produced by the engine used in the 650S...

McLaren P1 GTR revealed ahead of Geneva debut

After a lot of teasing, and the odd concept vehicle, the invitation only McLaren P1 GTR track car has been revealed. The new vehicle will make its public debut at the upcoming Geneva motor show alongside the 675LT. Compared to the road going P1, the GTR features an 80mm wider front track, retuned suspension that sits 50mm lower to the ground, and Pirelli slicks wrapped around centre-locking 19-inch alloy wheels...

McLaren 675LT to debut in Geneva with 496kW V8

Woking-based supercar maker McLaren will take the covers off the McLaren 675LT at the 2015 Geneva motor show in March. Adhering to McLaren's current naming convention, the new 675LT will feature a 496kW (675PS) version of the company's 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine...

2015 McLaren New Cars

Details of the new and updated McLaren models launching in Australia in 2015.   McLaren Sport Series – Q4 A whole new buyer demographic will set foot into McLaren showrooms next year when the British supercar maker launches its entry-level Sport Series...

McLaren P1 gets dressed up in Gulf colours

Through its MSO Bespoke arm, McLaren has come up with a one-off McLaren P1 finished in colours reminiscent of the famous Gulf racing team of the 1970s. The one-off P1 was created for Miles Nadal, who requested that his vehicle be finished in the same colours as the F1 GTR race car. As such, Nadal's P1 features a light blue body with orange highlights...

McLaren Sports Series shown undergoing testing

The Woking-based supercar maker has released its first official picture of the upcoming entry-level McLaren Sports Series. Overnight, across all major forms of social media, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, McLaren released its first official image of the Sports Series, a camouflaged coupe sliding through a race track corner...

McLaren's expansion plans for Australia: Sports Series entry model, more dealers and fair pricing

British icon McLaren plans on launching a significant assault on Australia’s high-end sports car market over the next few years with a ramped-up dealer network to support the forthcoming, Porsche 911-rivalling Sports Series range. That said, don’t expect the profitable company to dip any further down the model chain with an even more affordable model or chase anything resembling sizeable volume in the future...