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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

2018 McLaren 720S review

The new McLaren 720S combines outrageous styling with prodigious performance to embody everything a supercar is, and should be.

McLaren 570S Spider review

McLaren has lopped the roof off its 570S, but don't expect the new McLaren 570S Spider to be any less potent. It'll still go from 0-100km/h in just 3.2 seconds.

2017 McLaren 540C review

Believe it or not, the McLaren 540C you're looking at is the company's entry-level model. And yes, it's still a blisteringly quick supercar with sublime handling.

2017 McLaren 570S review

The McLaren 570S is a proper super sports car in every sense of the word, but is it enough to tempt prospective buyers away from the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini?

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McLaren Videos

2018 McLaren 720S review: 5 Things we love

Check out our full 'liveability' review of the McLaren 720s here, and enjoy our 5 Things vid right here!

2017 McLaren 570S review

Read the full review here. Mention the name McLaren in most circles and you’ll find people automatically start to conjure up images of Formula One racing. But the fact is, McLaren Automotive (the sister company to the Formula One business), currently offers more road-ready cars than Ferrari. And this from a division that only kicked off in 2010...

2017 McLaren 540C Walkaround — What are the 570S and 540C differences?

Read the article here. 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)...

2016 McLaren 570GT Walk Around — Start Up and Exhaust Sound

Read the article here. This car is one of only two McLaren 570GTs in the world. We get an exclusive preview of the new McLaren Super Series day-to-day supercar. We walk around the car, check out the carbon fibre hatchback and the panoramic roof. The video also includes a start up and rev with a helping of exhaust. It's an incredible sounding and looking car...

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McLaren Comparisons

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

McLaren '570LT' to be revealed on June 28

The new McLaren Sports Series model, unofficially dubbed the '570LT', has been teased again ahead of its official reveal on June 28. In a new image published by the British supercar specialist, we can see the new Sports Series flagship will get top-mounted exhaust pipes – a design feature that isn't part of its current range other than the limited-run Senna...

McLaren P1 GT Longtail teased by Lanzante

Lanzante Motorsport has teased the McLaren P1 GT Longtail, ahead of a possible launch at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. If the Lanzante name is familiar, it's because the company took the track-only McLaren P1 GTR – itself, a racing version of a road car – and made it road legal. The company has history with the McLaren P1, then...

2019 McLaren 570LT teased

McLaren Automotive has teased a track-ready take on the 570S, its Sport Series flagship, in similar vein to the 675LT. Revealed in a single image on McLaren's social media channels, the car is finished in a shade of slate grey, and runs with a more aggressive carbon-fibre diffuser than the 'standard' version...

McLaren 675LT by MSO gets Gulf livery

McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has revealed a very special example of its 675LT limited-edition supercar, sporting a unique colour scheme that pays homage to the McLaren F1 GTR 'Longtail'. Finished in light blue, black and red, the MSO 675LT features 20-spoke alloy wheels finished in Dayglo Orange – a hue which continues through to the sill badges...

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