And the changes—inspired by the MP4/4—aren’t purely aesthetic
Ayrton Senna won the first of his three Formula 1 world championships in 1988, behind the wheel of a McLaren MP4/4. One especially devoted and especially wealthy Senna fan is honoring that anniversary with this-a P1 GTR (not an actual
His unit is practically a one-off
The McLaren P1 has long ceased production, but if there's anybody out there who wants to own one, you're in luck-2009 Formula 1 champion Jenson Button is selling his unit via UK-based reseller Steve Hurn Cars.
The hits and controversies
Fastest production car: Porsche 911 GT2 RS (6min 47.3sec)Porsche ends 2017 avenging its vanquished ex-lap record holder, the 918 Spyder. Its ultimate road-going 911-the 691hp, 340kph GT2 RS-set a new production car record in October 2017,
And why he'll never buy a McLaren F1
What exactly does a Formula 1 world champion drive when he's away from the track? Something as slow and soothing as possible, presumably, to help balm those frayed nerves?Nah, not a bit of it, not when you're Jenson Button.
"Don't floor it coming out of a corner"
Turbocharged no-nos. There are a handful of things to watch out for when it comes to turbos, including temperature, oil flow, and your fuel's octane rating-more so when you've made numerous modifications to your vehicle. Engineering Explained, uhm,
Almost too good to be true
The McLaren 720S. At last...Few car companies are mapping out the same intergalactic trajectory as McLaren. From a standing start less than a decade ago, Woking's finest have ridden out some early speed bumps and gone on to blow our
A hypercar for little gearheads
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.For a car company with less than eight years of experience building road cars, McLaren is currently knocking them out at quite the rate.
Perfect on any shelf or desk
Days ago, we broke the sad news that McLaren would be ending production of its P1 model. The hybrid hypercar, which can blast from zero to 100kph in a blink of an eye (2.8 seconds), and top out at a "limited"
Final unit rolls off production line
Just like people, automobiles also have a certain lifespan. There have been nameplates that had "lived" a number of years or gone through several generations before their manufacturers decided it was time for them to retire. Some models that come to mind
Could this be your very 1st McLaren?
McLaren Automotive has revealed the name of its upcoming sports car that will join the British carmaker's lineup below the 650S, "bringing McLaren credentials and exclusivity to the sports car segment for the first time." The car is simply known as
Absolutely driver-centric
In August, McLaren Automotive revealed its P1 GTR, the spiritual successor to the McLaren F1. Unfortunately, while the bespoke British supercar maker showed us the car's exterior from different angles, it failed to give us a glimpse of the inside.Two
These photos are proof positive
Two months ago, we reported that McLaren Automotive was going to resurrect the GTR nameplate for its P1 model. The "GTR" name had last been attached to the most iconic McLaren of all time, when the F1 GTR won the 24 Hours
We wonder how much this option costs
The McLaren F1 supercar has many cool features, one of which was its gold foil-lined engine bay to deflect heat away from the carbon-fiber body panels and monocoque. Well, for the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance set for August
With production to begin in June 2015
In June, McLaren Automotive revealed that it is bringing back its hallowed GTR nameplate for its P1 hypercar. Well, the British supercarmaker has now released an artist's rendition of the P1 GTR "in design concept form."Designed as the ultimate track-
Some say he's the supercar whisperer
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After the F1 GTR that won in the 1995 Le Mans
McLaren Automotive will resurrect its fabled GTR nameplate for its P1 supercar, nearly 20 years after the legendary McLaren F1 GTR won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995.According to McLaren Automotive, the P1 GTR will be the most powerful
And a track version of the P1
While McLaren Automotive has made a name for itself with such supercars as the MP4-12C, the P1 and the more recent 650S, the British carmaker is still a long way from becoming an established manufacturer in the league of Ferrari and
To be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show
After the MP4-12C and the P1, McLaren now has a third supercar which the company will reveal at the 2014 Geneva International Motor Show in March.Known as the 650S, the car is "the result of 50 years of competing and
With its GForged-one alloys
Gemballa has confirmed that one of the first McLaren P1 units to roll out of the British automaker\'s plant is now in the aftermarket specialist\'s Leonberg facility, where it is being used as a test bed for its specially forged
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