McLaren’s stand at the Geneva Motor Show 2016 was packed, with people having difficulties in choosing what to drool at. The full-carbon McLaren P1 by MSO was definitely worth the attention, with the aftermarket conversion carried out on one of the existing McLaren P1, rather than building one from scratch.
The McLaren 675 LT Spider is another jewel to roll off the company’s assembly line. The supercar you see here has received a Ceramic Grey exterior, complemented by various carbon fiber components For instance, the retractable hardtop shows off some satin carbon fiber looks and will operate at speeds of up to 40 km/h (25 mph); the new front
Now, tell me: isn’t this one of the sexiest profiles yet? Based on McLaren’s high-powered 650S coupe, the track-ready 2016 McLaren 650S GT3 is set to steal the show at the Geneva Motor Show. Showing off a modified body design and weighing in at 2,733 lbs, the bi-turbo 3.8-liter V8 engine-powered supercar is expected
This is the McLaren 650S Can-Am, and if the name doesn’t make things clear, allow me: this is a special supercar. The McLaren 650S Can-Am was meant to be an homage to the 50th anniversary of the inaugural Can-Am racing series. Between 1967 and 1971, McLaren
How do you feel about a shiny, black McLaren 12C? This was the first non-Italian sports car DMC launched a package with. Over the years they have built a few more of this DMC McLaren 12C Velocita, but this is the outrageous Special Edition GT.Compared
Out of the blue, McLaren came out with this new racing car concept, looking like an interesting mix between a McLaren F1 and some 2015 F1-universe DNA..Speaking of DNA, it’s more than interesting – if not Sci-Fi – that the car manufacturer wants this vehicle to feature
McLaren has decided to finally show their new 2016 McLaren 675LT Spider, a droptop version of the very desirable and track-focused 675LT supercar. This car accepted the challenge of outperforming the Ferrari 488 Spider, being the fastest open top ever created by McLaren. It will come in a
The McLaren 675LT is an impressive supercar, which is why it’s been dubbed ‘baby P1’. However, the McLaren Special Operations division decided the vehicle was due for a personalizing package, allowing this particular one differ from the 500 rolling out the factory gates. The McLaren has been painted