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2021 McLaren Hybrid Sports Car

2021 McLaren Hybrid Sports Car

McLaren’s first hybrid outside the Ultimate Series will replace the 570S

McLaren is set to launch a new hybrid sports car in 2020. Shown here in a batch of spy shots, this vehicle will be the first electrified model that won’t be part of the ultimate series. So far, McLaren has launched two hybrid supercars: the P1, built between 2013 and 2015, and the Speedtail, produced in 2019. This new hybrid sports car could be part of either the Super Series or the Sports Series.

Since the prototype is based on the 720S, it’s easy to assume that the production model will replace the current Super Series. On the other hand, the 720S is only marginally bigger than the 570S, which is part of the Sports Series. McLaren CEO Mike Flewitt also said that the company’s first hybrid sports car will be the replacement for the Sports Series lineup, so this is a scenario we need to consider as well. To keep things a bit simpler, I’m going to go with Flewitt’s statement and treat this hybrid prototype as a replacement for the 570S.

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2020 McLaren GT

2020 McLaren GT

It’s the most practical mid-engined supercar on the market

The McLaren GT is the company’s first stand-alone grand touring sports car. A spiritual successor to the 570GT, which is based on the 570S, the GT is essentially a two-door sports car with enhanced luggage room. But it’s also grand tourer with a mid-engined layout, a significant departure from the traditional design with the engine in the front. McLaren describes the GT as the most practical mid-engined vehicle on the market.

The fourth new model in the McLaren Track25 business plan, the GT draws inspiration from other McLaren models design-wise, but it features a more straightforward, more luxurious interior created with grand touring customers in mind. Under the hood, it shares the 4.0-liter V-8 engine with the 720S, but output and performance are bit lower. But it’s the rear-mounted trunk that sets the GT apart by adding almost 15 cubic feet of luggage room atop the V-8 engine. Let’s find out more about that in the review below.

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Everything We Know About the Upcoming 2020 McLaren GT

Everything We Know About the Upcoming 2020 McLaren GT

Nine Things We Know About The New 2020 McLaren GT Before Its Unveiling

McLaren will introduce the 2020 McLaren GT on May 15th, 2019 at a dedicated event Scheduled for online streaming. The McLaren GT will rewrite grand touring rules by combining a mid-engine layout, the agile nature of lightweight chassis, and an eager turbocharged V-8 with the luxury, composure, and sophistication no McLaren offers to date. While the Brits have managed to keep things under wraps, I did find out several exceptional details about the new 2020 McLaren GT. It will be a groundbreaking machine.

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The McLaren 'Grand Tourer' Is All But Ready to Debut

The McLaren ’Grand Tourer’ Is All But Ready to Debut

McLaren says it will be the most practical mid-engined supercar on the market

Confirmed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, McLaren’s new grand tourer is about to go into production. The news comes from McLaren itself, which just released a batch of photos and additional information about the yet-unnamed vehicle.

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A New McLaren GT Could Spearhead a New Model Line Next to the Super and Sport Series

A New McLaren GT Could Spearhead a New Model Line Next to the Super and Sport Series

If this model comes to pass, McLaren will have something new on the table

McLaren has no plans to enter the SUV segment, but that doesn’t mean its content on sticking to its current segments. The British automaker has unveiled a plan to cross over to the grand tourer segment with a new, bespoke model that, according to CEO Mike Flewitt, “combines competition levels of performance with continent-crossing ability.” Details of the yet-to-be-unveiled model have been left open to speculation, but the model is expected to sit outside any of McLaren’s current series lineups. McLaren did show a teaser image of a heavily camouflaged model with a #NEWRULES banner on the side and a series of random numbers spread throughout the swirly camouflage. If this is the proposed grand tourer, you can be sure that the buildup surrounding its development will be heavily scrutinized, if it isn’t there already.

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McLaren Officially Has No Desire to Offer An SUV - Ever

McLaren Officially Has No Desire to Offer An SUV - Ever

Stop wishing for it to happen because you’re wishing on nothing

An SUV is not part of McLaren’s plans, now or in future. McLaren’s design chief, Mark Roberts, made that clear at an event preceding the 2019 Canadian International Auto Show. According to Roberts, McLaren isn’t going to stray away from its core identity as an automaker that delivers the “ultimate driving experience.” Since McLaren believes that developing an SUV strays from that identity, it’s not a question of “if” the company ends up building one, as it is “when” we’re going to stop thinking it will. It’s not happening. Not now. Not in the future. So stop wishing for a McLaren SUV to one day enter our lives. Unless the automaker undergoes a dramatic shift in philosophy, you have a better chance of seeing a 150-horsepower Ferrari city car than a McLaren SUV.

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McLaren Has a Very Interesting View of what 2050 Holds for F1

McLaren Has a Very Interesting View of what 2050 Holds for F1

I used to freak out thinking about F1’s future; but if this is how it will be, I’m ready to time-travel to 2050

At this time of the year, F1 teams are generally working on making the perfect car for upcoming races. But McLaren F1’s sister, McLaren Applied Technologies, has imagined what F1 in 2050 would look like and has already developed a concept. Talk about being visionaries! Moniker’d the MCLExtreme, this concept looks very interesting, and we are already hyped up about it. For starters, the cars will be all-electric and ripping the tracks with speeds up to 310 miles per hour!

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Teaser Image And Video Preview a New 2019 McLaren 600LT

Teaser Image And Video Preview a New 2019 McLaren 600LT

The Longtail goes topless

It’s been less than a month since McLaren unveiled its latest supercar, the 720S Spider, and the British firm announced the arrival of a new vehicle. This time around it’s based on the 600LT, itself a higher performance variant of the570S. The teasers don’t reveal much, but we’re probably looking at the convertible version of the 600LT.

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McLaren's Next Supercar Debuts Dec 8th but Can it Share the Limelight With the Speedtail?

McLaren’s Next Supercar Debuts Dec 8th but Can it Share the Limelight With the Speedtail?

What is it?

McLaren just confirmed that it will launch a new supercar on December 8, less than two months since it introduced the amazing Speedtail. The Brits didn’t specifically say what new model they’re introducing, but the teaser photo and video posted on social media suggest its a version of an existing nameplate. To be more specific, we’re talking about the McLaren 720S Spider.

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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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