The confirmation of the pricing for the all-new Honda NSX – at a huge $420,000 plus on-road costs – made a few people in the CarAdvice office gasp. But it also got the team to thinking – that’s a big gap between the cheapest Honda model to the dearest..
There’s no such thing as a cheap supercar, but the 2016 McLaren 540C Coupe is probably the closest thing to it. Starting from a measly... ahem... $350,000 driveaway (before options) the all-new entry-point to McLaren’s Sport Series range is competitively priced if you think of it in the same echelon as a Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 (from $378,900 plus on-road costs) and the Porsche 911 Turbo (from $384,900 plus on-road costs)...
Power and excitement go hand-in-hand. Henry Kissinger summed up the connection perfectly when he said: "Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac". Though Kissinger wasn't talking about kilowatts, when you take a look at the 10 most powerful production cars on sale in Australia, there's no arguing each has sex appeal...
Where's the best place to take a McLaren 650S Spider? Up the highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates, of course.
Set to challenge convention in a number of areas, the McLaren 570S signifies a new, more attainable, more useable focus for the English brand, but has it still got that McLaren mojo…...
The McLaren 650S is quite possibly the best all-round supercar in its class.
On the race track, the McLaren 675LT has no peers. It stands alone on the podium.
On the open road, the McLaren 650S is decidedly simple to drive, but on a closed circuit it becomes a genuine test of bravery and skill.
With the MP4-12C, McLaren proves its ability to build great cars isn't limited to Formula One racers.
Jez Spinks tests the McLaren MP4-12C, the supercar that takes McLaren from the Formula One racetrack to the road - and fires a shot across Ferrari's bows.
The company behind multiple Formula One titles and the 1990s F1 road car is back with a new supercar.