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We Caught the McLaren Senna GTR Prototype, but It's Missing a Few Important Pieces

We Caught the McLaren Senna GTR Prototype, but It’s Missing a Few Important Pieces

Expect to see it in 2019

Shortly after the radical McLaren Senna came out, the British firm confirmed that a GTR version is underway. We’ve already seen the car in the form of a production-ready concept, so its design is far from a mystery, but a bunch of spy shots we just received from our paparazzi hint that an official unveiling will take place soon.

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Don't Get Too Excited About Buying The McLaren BC-03 Because You're Not Getting Your Hands On One

Don’t Get Too Excited About Buying The McLaren BC-03 Because You’re Not Getting Your Hands On One

Apparently, it’s a one-off commission for one of McLaren’s high-rolling clients

McLaren has confirmed the development of the BC-03 supercar as a one-off creation that was commissioned by one of the company’s clients. The British automaker didn’t elaborate on the details about the mysterious machine, opting only to say that the “specifics of the project are confidential between MSO and its client.” Despite the lack of information, it is rumored that McLaren is using its own 1,150-horsepower Vision Gran Turismo Concept as the blueprint for the one-off exotic. If that’s the case, prepare to be blown away when McLaren reveals the BC-03, at least if the owner allows it.

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All We Know About The Upcoming McLaren Speedtail

All We Know About The Upcoming McLaren Speedtail

This blink-and-miss car is on the path to become the spiritual successor to the F1

McLaren’s latest hypercar, the Speedtail, is the spiritual successor to the legendary McLaren F1 supercar. It’s the one that many 90’s kids will remember as the fastest car with the best handling from Need For Speed 2. As the F1’s successor, does it have enough clout to carry the legacy of the car that arguably set the tone for McLaren?

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McLaren Takes Luxury and Exclusivity to All New Levels with Gold and Platinum Badging for the 2019 Speedtail

McLaren Takes Luxury and Exclusivity to All New Levels with Gold and Platinum Badging for the 2019 Speedtail

These badges come from Olympic medal manufacturing jeweler

Just when you thought that the limited-run-exclusivity of the Speedtail was enough to make you feel special, Mclaren has gone a step further to let you know that this car is not just fast; it also involves luxury. Instead of having the regular aluminum and gloss black exterior badges, the British brand has worked with Vaughtons jeweler to create an 18-carat white gold emblems with inset carbon fiber.

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Set the Speedtail Aside For a Second Because the Mysterious McLaren BC-03 Lurks in The Shadows

Set the Speedtail Aside For a Second Because the Mysterious McLaren BC-03 Lurks in The Shadows

A new supercar is rumored to be on its way, and the Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo Concept offers a clue on what it is

As everyone continues to wait with bated breath for the respective debuts of the Speedtail and 720S Convertible, another McLaren is brewing in the shadows. There are no definite details yet, but numerous rumors hint that McLaren’s MSO division is preparing a mysterious new supercar that’s tentatively called the BC-03. It is also believed that the BC-03 will draw inspiration from McLaren’s Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo Concept and that only five units are planned.

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McLaren Teases New Speedtail, Its First Ever Hyper-GT Car

McLaren Teases New Speedtail, Its First Ever Hyper-GT Car

Destined to become the fastest McLaren road car ever made!

McLaren has announced the latest addition to its top-shelf Ultimate Series. It’s called the Speedtail, and its a limited-run, multi-million dollar, ground-bound rocket ship stuffed with speed-making hybrid power and oodles of customizability. Production kicks off in about a year, and all 106 examples are already spoken for.

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The McLaren 600LT Spyder is on the Books for 2019; Expected Debut at Paris Auto Show

The McLaren 600LT Spyder is on the Books for 2019; Expected Debut at Paris Auto Show

McLaren has barely let loose the ludicrous 600LT and, already, the Spider version is in the pipeline for 2019. This was discovered when the name popped up on a CARB document that certifies emissions for next year’s cars. It was already known that McLaren was preparing the car from the way they designated the configurator for the Coupe model.

McLaren is on a charge in the last few years. After the 675LT and the 675LT Spider, the company from Woking delivered on its promises of a car to sit barely below the 675LT as an improved 570S on steroids with the 600LT. Now, we’re closer than ever to seeing the roofless model, and it may come our way at the upcoming Paris Motor Show.

By all accounts, the Spider will share the same astounding performance figures of the "LongTail" Coupe, albeit not as light. It will still be quite a sight to see, either early next month in the French capital or, later, at the L.A. Auto Show that kicks off on November 30.

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McLaren CEO Explains Why an SUV is Not on The Company Menu

McLaren CEO Explains Why an SUV is Not on The Company Menu

The British automaker wants to protect its status as a purveyor of exotic cars

McLaren has made it clear that it has no plans to develop an SUV, and we’re finally hearing the company’s reasons straight from CEO Mike Flewitt. In a conversation with Top Gear, Flewitt was clear that McLaren isn’t joining the SUV party, largely because it costs a lot of money to develop one. More importantly, he doesn’t want to dilute the McLaren “brand,” a sentiment we’ve heard from the automaker a number of times in the past.

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McLaren is Shooting for EV Supercar to Have at Least 30 Minutes of Track Use Per Charge

McLaren is Shooting for EV Supercar to Have at Least 30 Minutes of Track Use Per Charge

It’s probably not going to arrive until 2025

The McLaren Speedtail is getting all the headlines these days — and deservedly so — but the British supercar brand also has an all-electric supercar in its sights. McLaren CEO, Mike Flewitt, confirmed as much, telling Auto News that an EV supercar is likely to happen, in part as a response to legislation changes in markets all over the world. The company isn’t in a rush to build one, though, at least until the technology catches up with McLaren’s own requirements for an electric supercar.

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The new McLaren Speedtail Hypercar Will Deliver North of 1,000 Horsepower!!!

The new McLaren Speedtail Hypercar Will Deliver North of 1,000 Horsepower!!!

Brace yourselves; the Speedtail is described as the fastest McLaren in history

McLaren has dropped a bombshell, claiming that its new Ultimate Series model, the Speedtail, will produce more than 987 horsepower. Company boss Mike Flewitt uncorked the groundbreaking development at a McLaren owners’ event, giving us yet another reason to get excited about a model that’s turning into one of the most highly anticipated McLarens in the company’s history.

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Those Mysterious McLaren Models Aren't What They Seem

Those Mysterious McLaren Models Aren’t What They Seem

They definitely look interesting, but if you’re thinking either one of them is the Speedtail, you’re going to be disappointed

A post on McLaren’s official Instagram account caused quite the stir on social media after an image of a raw version of the team’s Formula One race car unintentionally showed a couple of mysterious-looking cars in the background. The immediate reaction from Internet sleuths identified either one of the two models as the upcoming Speedtail, but that speculation has since been debunked by McLaren. Neither of those two models is the Speedtail, or at least that’s what the British automaker is saying.

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McLaren BP23 Will Officially Go by the Name Speedtail; Will Feature New Materials and Near-Limitless Customization

McLaren BP23 Will Officially Go by the Name Speedtail; Will Feature New Materials and Near-Limitless Customization

It will be faster than the F1!

The highly-anticipated BP23, McLaren’s upcoming hypercar and successor to the P1, will be called the Speedtail, the British firm announced today. Known as the BP23 up until now, the upcoming member of the Ultimate Series line will be the "world’s first Hyper-GT," and McLaren claims it will be its fastest vehicle yet - so fact that it will exceed the F1’s 243-mph top speed.

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McLaren considering more extreme version of the 600LT

McLaren considering more extreme version of the 600LT

It could be called the 600 GT4

McLaren has just unveiled the 600LT as the quickest, most powerful iteration of the Sports Series that’s still legal for public road use, and word has it the British want to take things up a notch.

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What You Need to Know About the Upcoming McLaren 570LT

What You Need to Know About the Upcoming McLaren 570LT

The big unveiling will happen at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Introduced in 2015, McLaren’s entry-level Sports Series has expanded to include no fewer than seven models in just a couple of years, including the racing versions, the cabriolet, and the bespoke MSO X. But, McLaren isn’t stopping here and has already confirmed a new version is underway.

Teased in a couple of pictures, the upcoming sports car was confirmed to feature optimized aerodynamics, increased power, minimized weight, and track-focused dynamics. We don’t know much about it yet, but McLaren provided a few valuable hints about the car that’s often referred to as the 570LT. Let’s have a closer look at what we already know about the most extreme Sports Series model ever built.

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McLaren Teases Hardcore 570S; It Could Be Called the 600LT

McLaren Teases Hardcore 570S; It Could Be Called the 600LT

Likely to boast 592 horsepower!

McLaren just released a teaser photo that partially shows the rear section of a car that looks a lot like the 570S. But a closer look reveals significant modifications, which suggests that we are probably looking at a hardcore version of the sports car.

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Stop Waiting For a McLaren SUV Because It's Not Happening

Stop Waiting For a McLaren SUV Because It’s Not Happening

The british automaker is putting its sole focus on building and developing the best two-seat sports cars in the world

Despite constant rumors that it’s looking into building one, McLaren has made it clear that it has no intention of entering the SUV market. According to the automaker, an SUV isn’t a part of its long-term Track22 business and development plan. Instead, McLaren will solely focus on building two-seat sports cars to help build its legacy as one of the most important sports car brands in the world. Any other model that deviates from that plan would be a non-starter from the get-go.

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