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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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McLaren Celebrates Launch of Forza Horizon 4 with Senna vs. Motocross Bikes Race

McLaren Celebrates Launch of Forza Horizon 4 with Senna vs. Motocross Bikes Race

It’s not really a real race, but it still makes for a good watch

Forza Horizon 4 is ready to drop in a week’s time, and to celebrate the game’s coming release date, McLaren brought a Senna to the Goodwood Festival of Speed to race with not one, not two, but three 450cc Motocross bikes. The race itself was a sham — the three bikes took shortcuts on the grass wherever they could — but the purpose to build excitement surrounding Forza Horizon 4’s arrival is real. The game this stores on October 2 and will be available to play on the Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.

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A McLaren Speedtail Buildslot is Up For Sale

A McLaren Speedtail Buildslot is Up For Sale

What does McLaren Think of this Speedtail buildslot being open?

As expected, a build slot for the McLaren Speedtail has resurfaced online. The company selling the slot, Knight International, is a Dubai-based dealer of rare and exotic cars with models like the McLaren Senna GTR, Ferrari FXX-K with Evo upgrades, and a Mercedes-AMG Project One also in its inventory. The Speedtail build slot’s price wasn’t indicated as the transaction carries a “lawyer to lawyer with NDA” stipulation. Essentially, that’s lawyer-speak for "a lot of money."

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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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2019 McLaren Senna

2019 McLaren Senna

The latest Ultimate Series is a track-ready tribute to Ayrton Senna

A successful race car builder from the 1960s to the 1980s, McLaren began making a name for itself as a road car manufacturer in the early 1990s with the F1. Launched with many benchmarks, including the first carbon-fiber construction, the F1 became one of the most iconic supercars ever made. It was so great that it took McLaren 15 years to gives us a predecessor, the P1, introduced at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Four years have passed, and the McLaren Ultimate Series is entering a new era with a brand-new supercar. Codenamed the P15 and in the rumor mill for a couple of years now, the McLaren Senna was unveiled on December 9, 2017, as the company’s ultimate road-legal race car.

A unique design that brings together styling cues from the P1, 720S, and new aerodynamic features, the Senna bears the name of F1 driver Ayrton Senna, who drove McLaren Formula One cars for six years, from 1988 to 1993.

While the Senna’s aggressive design and aerodynamics aren’t surprising, the fact that it’s not a hybrid comes as a bit of shock. With its predecessor sporting an electric motor, the new Ultimate Series was expected to have a similar layout. The same goes for the interior, which has a standard left-hand-drive configuration, despite prototypes that have a mid-mounted driver’s seat, like the old F1. But this doesn’t make the Senna a less spectacular supercar. On the contrary!

Update 8/27/2018: The McLaren Senna may be something of a unicorn to most of the world but we finally managed to catch up with it in the metal at Monterey Car Week 2018. Check out our video and all-new images below.

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McLaren 720S Track Theme

McLaren 720S Track Theme

MSO is at it again with another sick custom job on the McLaren 720S

McLaren’s MSO division is responsible for some of the most mouth-watering creations we’ve seen in recent memory, and it looks like MSO isn’t done, judging, at least, by a pair of new special-edition models, one of which is called the 720S Track Theme. In keeping with MSO’s tradition of going all-out with its projects, the 720S Track Theme gets a smorgasbord of new features and options, all of which have been added to add an extra touch of exclusivity on what is already an exclusive supercar.

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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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The McLaren Senna, Chassis No. 001 Has Been Delivered; Will Call London Home

The McLaren Senna, Chassis No. 001 Has Been Delivered; Will Call London Home

It comes complete with a raft of customization options

It ain’t easy to make the McLaren P1 even more outrageous, but that’s exactly the trick the Woking brand pulled off with the Senna. Named after one of the most legendary Formula 1 drivers of all time, the Senna mates big power and aero with incredibly low weight, creating one helluva road car. Now, the very first example of this limited edition monster machine is officially out in the wild.

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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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An Effortless Triumph to 200+ MPH in a McLaren 720S

An Effortless Triumph to 200+ MPH in a McLaren 720S

This is what happens when a McLaren 720S is unleashed

There aren’t a lot of roads in this world that’s as better to drive on than the German autobahn. We get to see why that is in this video featuring a McLaren 720S stretching its legs without having to worry about breaking any speed limits. The video doesn’t last long — it’s actually just a little over minute long — but it does paint a revealing picture of what the 720S is capable of.

Remember, this is a car that features a new 4.0-liter, twin-turbo, V-8 that pumps out 710 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque. Those numbers aren’t child’s play, folks. With that much power on tap, the 720S can blitz its way to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds as it blasts off on a top speed run that maxes out at 212 mph. The video clearly shows what that looks like when the 720S is given the freedom to really reach for its potential. The piercing sound of the V-8 is only interrupted by the sight of all the surrounding turning into a blur.

You’re not going to get this kind of experience on other roads, but that’s what makes the German autobahn so special. Remember the saying that lions can only thrive in the jungle? Well, the same applies here. The McLaren 720S is the lion, and the German autobahn is its jungle.

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The first McLaren Senna shipped to the U.S. Is drop dead gorgeous

The first McLaren Senna shipped to the U.S. Is drop dead gorgeous

Joins a collection that already includes three McLaren supercars

Unveiled more than six months ago, the radical McLaren Senna is finally meeting its first customers. The British firm just shipped its first U.S.-spec example, which landed with Michael Fux, an entrepreneur, philanthropist and renowned car collector from New York City. An owner of three other McLaren sports cars, Fux ordered a heavily customized Senna that sports a bespoke color that bears his own name. Pretty fancy, huh?

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Video: Watch the McLaren P1 By Lanzante Take the Hill at Goodwood

Video: Watch the McLaren P1 By Lanzante Take the Hill at Goodwood

The British speed monster takes a crack at Lord March’s driveway

The 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed is in full effect, and with it, some of the most exciting sports cars and supercars are coming out to play. That includes the machine you see here - the McLaren P1 GT by Lanzante.

Essentially a modified version of the highly impressive McLaren P1 GTR, the P1 by Lanzante arrives to the party with updated aerodynamics thanks to an extended rear tail section and an enormous fixed rear wing. There’s also an upgraded rear diffuser, a larger front splitter, extra fender vents, and four exhaust tips in the rear.

We’re still waiting on all the exact technical specs, but at the very least, the P1 by Lanzante should be rocking the standard P1 GTR’s 986 horsepower thanks to its hybrid twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8. And, given the latter half of the video, we know its got enough get-up-and-go to catch the Lexus LC500 up the Hillclimb. As if that was ever in doubt.

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McLaren P1 GT by Lanzante Makes Brief Appearance at Goodwood

McLaren P1 GT by Lanzante Makes Brief Appearance at Goodwood

Following in the footsteps of the legendary F1

Early last week, Lanzante teased us with a silhouette image of its wild new take on McLaren’s finest. You know, as if the standard P1 GTR wasn’t crazy enough. Now, we’re finally getting an eye-full of the bespoke speed machine, as revealed in a series of photos posted to Lanzante’s Instagram account. Infused with go-faster, motorsport-inspired goodness, it’s called the McLaren P1 GT, and it’s an impressive thing to behold.

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McLaren Teases New P1 GT for Goodwood Festival of Speed

McLaren Teases New P1 GT for Goodwood Festival of Speed

Barely street legal, now headed to West Sussex

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is always a surefire venue for top-end performance cars, and given its position as an internationally recognized hotbed for all things fast and four-wheeled, it’s also a great spot to debut something new to the world. Lanzante Limited is well aware of this, and as such, the British automotive company is gearing up for the release of a new face-melting iteration of the P1 hybrid hypercar.

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