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McLaren 720S tops 320km/h on the autobahn - video

No McLaren is slow, but the 720S is comfortably the biggest, baddest 'mainstream' production car in the British brand's range. Naturally, it's well qualified for a flat-out run on the autobahn. With 527kW/770Nm on tap from its twin-turbo 3.8-litre V8, it'll hit 100km/h in 2.9 seconds, 200km/h in 7.8 seconds and keeps pulling to 343km/h if given enough room...

McLaren details first Senna to be delivered in the US

McLaren Automotive has revealed and detailed the first Senna to be delivered in North America, headlined by its eye-catching green exposed carbon-fibre exterior finish. Delivered to New Yorker, Michael Fux, this particular Senna is specified with various components and finishers from the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) catalogue...

Ferrari 488 v Ford GT v McLaren 720S rev battle – Video

There's nothing like the sweet sound of a good ol' rev battle – especially when the contestants are exotic supercars. Here, DragTimes lines up a Ferrari 488 GTB, Ford GT and McLaren 720S to see which sounds best. But, there's a catch – you need to guess which sound belongs to which car...

Bruno Senna tests the McLaren Senna - Video

McLaren made a bold decision with its latest track-only super-sports car. Rather than following its own convention and deriving a badge from the car's power output, it instead turned to one of the most famous racers in motorsport history – Ayrton Senna – for inspiration...

McLaren 720S v Kawasaki Ninja H2 - Video

The McLaren 720S is one of the fastest cars on sale at the moment, but what happens when you square a supercar up against a superbike in a rolling drag race? Well, that's what YouTuber Do It With Dan decided to find out when he came across a matte-black-wrapped example of McLaren's second-gen Super Series model riding his modified Kawasaki Ninja H2 in America...

McLaren 720S Atlantic Blue by MSO revealed

McLaren Special Operations (MSO), bespoke division of McLaren Automotive, has revealed its latest creation – the 720S Atlantic Blue. The 720S Atlantic Blue by MSO celebrates a year since the second-generation of McLaren's Super Series made its world premiere at the 2017 Geneva motor show, featuring several unique appointments for a powerful yet luxurious look and feel...

MSO 720S honours Bruce McLaren in Dubai

A special McLaren 720S has been created by the company's bespoke McLaren Special Operations (MSO) division for the 2017 Dubai motor show. Serving as the centrepiece of the company's display at the event, the special 720S supercar features a unique colour scheme and a famous quote by founder, Bruce McLaren, painted on the rear wing...

2018 McLaren 720S: 'Fux Fuchsia' one-off revealed for Pebble Beach

Ever thought you'd like to own a ridiculously fast and powerful supercar, but held off for fear of not being able to get it in the exact colour you wanted? Yeah, I haven’t either. Regardless, McLaren has proven that just about anything is possible when it comes to customising a car to a buyer’s taste, revealing a unique version of its latest Super Series model, the 720S...

McLaren 720S: 280,000-plus piece 1:1 Lego project for Goodwood showgoers

That's right! Never mind the 161-piece Speed Champions series LEGO McLaren 720S announced in August - that's child's play. McLaren is bringing a 1:1 scale LEGO-fied version of its latest supercar to this week's 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed, and it's comprised of more than 280,000 LEGO bricks...

McLaren 720S is a level above rivals, says McLaren boss

British sports carmaker McLaren unveiled its new-generation 720S for the first time in Australia this week, showing not only an evolution of the company's design language, but also a raft of new technologies that put it ahead of the game - according to George Biggs, managing director for McLaren Automotive's Asia Pacific arm...

Aqua is back, baby!

You guys, have you noticed? Aqua is back. No, I’m not talking about the shit band from the 2000s that had the hit about Barbie. I’m talking about the colour. On cars, specifically. In even more specific terms, car brands are seemingly embracing the idea that not all cars have to be black, white, grey or silver, though the targeting is very much where you’d expect it – at the younger buyer group, the ones who aren't going to be spending more than about $40,000 on a car...