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McLaren Speedtail to be revealed October 26

McLaren Automotive has confirmed its upcoming flagship – dubbed Speedtail – will be revealed on October 26. The new 'Hyper-GT' will be unveiled on the company's website at 13:00 BST (11:00PM Australian Eastern Standard Time), the Speedtail is claimed to be the fastest McLaren ever, with a top speed of over 243mph (391+km/h)...

McLaren Senna vs 720S - which is more fun?

There are good days at the office, and then there are days where your only job is to thrash a pair of McLaren supercars around a scenic, coastal circuit. The team at Autocar has been putting the 720S head-to-head with its more expensive, track-focused sibling lately, but the comparison has been purely numbers-based...

McLaren 720S Track Pack revealed

McLaren Automotive has revealed the 720S Track Pack, a new specification designed to take the twin-turbo supercar to "the next level". Following from the Track Pack specification recently launched for the 570S, the 720S Track Pack brings functional and cosmetic upgrades, along with a weight saving of 24 kilograms...

McLaren P1 LM takes on Pikes Peak - video

The P1 LM takes McLaren's hardest, fastest track-only car and makes it road legal. It'll lap the Nurburgring Nordschleife in 6:43.2 and, thanks to the combination of a twin-turbo V8 engine and an electric motor, pumps out 735kW. Developed by Lanzante, it's a handy 60kg lighter than the 'standard' P1 GTR thanks to lightweight seats, plastic windows, titanium bolts and a missing set of air jacks...

McLaren 720S v Porsche GT2 RS drag race - video

The McLaren 720S and Porsche 911 GT2 RS are two of the fastest supercars on the market right now – but which one is quicker in a straight line? A new video posted on YouTube by Motorsport Magazine aims to answer that question, pitting Britain against Germany in a winner-takes-all drag race. Power in the McLaren comes from a 4...

McLaren 600LT priced from $455,000

McLaren Automotive has launched its lightweight track-focussed 600LT into the Australian market, with a starting price of $455,000 plus on-road costs. The McLaren 600LT, the first in the Sports Series range to wear the ‘LT’ badge, will hit our shores in late 2018, with a McLaren spokesperson confirming several Australian customers had already placed orders...

Jenson Button's McLaren P1 up for sale

Annoyed you missed out on a McLaren P1 during the initial production run? Maybe you'll be a bit luckier this time around. Jenson Button is selling his one, complete with a few cool options to match its racing pedigree. With just 887km on the odometer, this particular P1 has barely seen the open road...

McLaren F1 certification service launched

How often does this happen? You drop multiple millions of dollars on what you think is an immaculate McLaren F1 GTR, only to discover it's actually a fake. It's not the first time, either – remember that bridge you bought from a stranger? That's not actually yours either..

1995 McLaren F1 GTR at full noise – video

Monterey Car Week is home to some of the rarest, most expensive metal on earth. A lot of that metal sits still, shining under the Californian sun as judges go over it with a fine-tooth comb, searching for anything that might make them less than perfect...

McLaren BP23 Speedtail to make more than 735kW

McLaren has revealed more details of its upcoming BP23 Speedtail hypercar, which will serve as both the replacement for its P1 model, as well as the spiritual successor to the legendary F1. McLaren Automotive CEO, Mike Flewitt, told Top Gear magazine the Speedtail would produce "more than” 735kW through the use of “a slightly different hybrid application” to the brand's previous P1 flagship...

McLaren 720S GT3 revealed

McLaren Automotive has revealed the race-ready 720S GT3, scheduled to hit the track in 2019. Based on the 720S road car, the GT3 version will be accessible to both professional and amateur drivers, with the company planning to have its new racer compete in various categories across Europe, the US and Middle East...