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McLaren Automotive, best known simply as McLaren, is a British manufacturer of supercars, with the MP3-12C and P1 being the current models. The company was founded as McLaren Cars in 1989 and has a rich history and links in Formula One as it's heavily integrated with McLaren Racing.

McLaren Reviews

A Guide To Caring For Your Car – Part One: Washing, drying, and tidying

There are two main killers of vehicle paintwork. The first is UV, which for some, is unavoidable. The second is neglect. We’ve all done it – dropped a sponge and continued to use it, dried paintwork with a dirty old chamois, or even committed the cardinal sin; used dishwashing liquid instead of a dedicated car wash solution...

2020 McLaren 720S Spider review

The McLaren 720S Spider is up there with the very best drop-top supercars. Savage yet civil. Fast yet docile. It's an intoxicating mix.

2021 McLaren 765LT review

Don’t think of it as an expensive 720S, rather a cut-price Senna.

2020 McLaren 620R review

Race car for the road? This one really is…...

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Video: 2021 McLaren Elva walkaround – First Australian look at lightweight special

The 2021 McLaren Elva is the newest addition to the British manufacturer’s Ultimate Series – and a handful are bound for a selection of lucky Australian buyers. Inspired by founder Bruce McLaren’s M1A, M1B and M1C race cars of the 1960s, the Elva is equipped with McLaren's 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 producing 600kW and 800Nm...

2020 McLaren GT review | Sports grand tourer

McLaren takes a break from battling Ferraris and Lamborghinis to enter the grand-touring arena, with the GT.

2019 McLaren 720S Spider review: Who needs a roof?

The 720S Spider demands a hefty $66,100 premium over its Coupe sibling, as well as rival models like the Ferrari 488 Spider ($29,112) and Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder ($23,365). But I’d argue that neither can match the all-round performance of the McLaren both on and off the track, as close as they might be.

2019 McLaren 600LT Spider review: Who needs a 720S?

McLaren’s newest track-focused weapon is the 600LT Spider, and if you’re thinking it’s a junior-league performer because of its Sports Series product positioning and open-top profile, you couldn’t be more wrong. You can probably guess which car they benchmarked during the development too – yep, the 675LT Spider, meaning this thing has massive shoes to fill as the latest and fifth chapter in the Longtail lineage...

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McLaren Comparisons

2018 Audi R8 V10 RWS v McLaren 540C comparison

Audi R8 RWS and McLaren 540C duke it out to see which is the best 'affordable' everyday supercar.

2017 McLaren 540C & McLaren 570S review

For many of us born in the 1980s and beyond, growing up we obsessed over posters of Ferraris and Lamborghinis, filling our childhood ambitions with thoughts of 'one day'. Now though, for those that will call themselves car enthusiasts in a decade or so, the British brand that is McLaren is making some serious headway...

McLaren News

VFACTS June 2021: Luxury-car sales hit top gear for Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren and Rolls-Royce.

Sales of super-luxury cars showed no signs of slowing in the first half of 2021, as cashed-up buyers treated themselves to a new set of wheels rather than an expensive overseas holiday. According to figures from Austrade, Australians spent more than $5 billion per month – and more than $60 billion annually – on overseas travel prior to the pandemic...

“Pristine” 1995 McLaren F1 listed for sale with just 390km on the clock

A 1995 McLaren F1 supercar has been listed for sale in the USA, with price expectations “in excess of US$15 million” (AU$20 million). The near-pristine Gordon Murray-designed vehicle – stamped chassis number 029 of 106 – has clocked just 390km since new, and reportedly spent the majority of its 26-year history locked away in a private Japanese collection...

British manufacturers not committing to lower prices in Australia, despite free trade agreement

Manufacturers that build cars in Britain are yet to commit to lower Australian prices, despite the announcement of a new Free Trade Agreement "immediately eliminating" an existing 5 per cent automotive import tariff. Affected British-built cars include Nissan's Juke, Leaf, and Qashqai small SUVs, and the majority of vehicles built by Jaguar, Land Rover, Mini, Aston Martin, McLaren, Bentley and Rolls-Royce...

2022 McLaren Artura price and specs: All-new hybrid supercar available to order in Australia

2022 McLaren Artura pricing and specification New supercar pairs 3.0-litre V6 with electric assistance 500kW and 720Nm outputs enable three-second 0-100km/h dash Prices start from $449,500 before on-road costs, ahead of late 2021 deliveries Australian pricing and specifications for the 2022 McLaren Artura have been revealed, ahead of the first customer deliveries in the fourth quarter of 2021 (October to December inclusive)...

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