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2020 McLaren 765LT revealed
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3rd Mar 2020
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2020 McLaren 765LT revealed

British supercar builder McLaren has today announced its newest model, the 765LT. Built as a track-focused, road-legal supercar, the 765LT follows in the same ‘longtail’ design spirit originally seen on the McLaren F1 GTR in the 1990s. As it has done for some time now, power comes from a mid-mounted 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine utilising twin-scroll turbocharger technology, forged aluminium pistons and carbon-coated valve train hardware.
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Liam Murphy
2020 McLaren GT pricing and specs
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9th Dec 2019
2 min read

2020 McLaren GT pricing and specs

UPDATE: Some glamorous new Australian-market photos have been added to this article. You can read our first drive review of the 2019 McLaren GT here. August 30, 2019: McLaren has this week given its latest creation, known simply as the GT, its Australian debut in Sydney.
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Anthony Crawford
McLaren officially opens Adelaide showroom
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9th Aug 2019
2 min read

McLaren officially opens Adelaide showroom

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William Stopford
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9th Aug 2019
2 min read

McLaren officially opens Adelaide showroom

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William Stopford
McLaren 720S: EV model revealed... for kids
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29th Jun 2019
1 min read

McLaren 720S: EV model revealed... for kids

McLaren has unveiled its first all-electric 720S, but you'll have to be young – very young, in fact – to actually enjoy it. The 720S Ride-On follows in the footsteps of the P1 Ride-On. It features dihedral doors and is available in orange, blue, purple, black, blue, white and grey, allowing kids to mimic the colour of their mum or dad's car.
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Scott Collie
2019 McLaren GT revealed
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15th May 2019
4 min read

2019 McLaren GT revealed

So what do you do if somebody decides to park their tanks on your lawn? Send your own armoured column to grind up their front garden, of course. At the Geneva motor show in March, Aston Martin told us about its plans to launch a series of mid-engined models that are clearly aimed at the established supercar hierarchy.
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Mike Duff