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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...

McLaren opens new Composites Technology Centre

McLaren Automotive has been handed the keys to its new Composites Technology Centre (MCTC) in Yorkshire, where it will eventually manufacture the carbon tubs central to its range of sports-, super- and super-sports cars. According to the company, its new facility will make more efficient the manufacturing process for its light, strong MonoCage and MonoCell chassis – once it's outfitted with the right hardware, naturally...

ACCC adds 1.1 million vehicles to compulsory Takata recall

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has added around 1.1 million vehicles to the Takata airbag recall, publishing a new list of vehicles previously not known to have been affected. While these models aren't under active recall just yet, the ACCC has identified them as subject to future recalls by their respective manufacturers as part of the compulsory campaign that requires affected makes to replace all defective airbags before the end of 2020...

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: No to SUVs, yes to an electric hypercar

McLaren Automotive won’t follow key sports car-making rivals Lamborghini and Porsche in producing an SUV any time soon, but it does plan to introduce more hybrids and eventually offer a fully-electric model...

McLaren 570GT MSO Cabbeen Collection revealed for China

The McLaren 570GT MSO Cabbeen Collection has been unveiled for the Beijing motor show, sporting unique appointments tailored for Chinese tastes. Designed in collaboration with Chinese fashion designer, Mr. Cabbeen, the bespoke McLaren 570GT by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) is limited to just five units, and sports a unique black/gold colour scheme...

Mika Hakkinen, Nico Rosberg take on Monaco in a McLaren P1 - Video

Nico Rosberg has a bit of time on his hands now. Having won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2016, the German driver promptly retired, leaving his seat free for Valtteri Bottas. Instead of giving Lewis Hamilton a hard time on track, Rosberg is spending his time as a commentator and, as you can see here, making videos for YouTube...