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This McLaren 720S celebrates the F1 GTR’s historic win at Le Mans

This McLaren 720S celebrates the F1 GTR’s historic win at Le Mans

British supercar maker McLaren has debuted the 720S Le Mans. This limited-edition model celebrates McLaren’s historic win at the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans in France. McLaren is only making 50 examples of the 720S Le Mans with base prices starting at $285,600 (£254,500).

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OnePlus McLaren Editions are no more

OnePlus McLaren Editions are no more

Up until recently, OnePlus' selection of smartphones per year has been more or less straightforward and simple. That doesn't mean it doesn't diverge from time to time to make special editions of those phones. Its most consistent special edition, however, has been its souped-up McLaren Editions since 2018. Now it seems that it will no longer be the case this year and until further notice now that OnePlus is no longer a partner for McLaren's 2020 F1 season.

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This McLaren 600LT Segestria Borealis pays homage to a venomous spider

This McLaren 600LT Segestria Borealis pays homage to a venomous spider

McLaren affectionately calls this 600 LT Segestria Borealis the ‘Spider Spider,’ and for good reason. It’s not uncommon for carmakers to design cars based on animals, but this particular McLaren 600LT pays homage to an actual venomous spider. And while the actual car doesn’t have six eyes and four pairs of legs, it offers menacing looks and exhilarating performance like a McLaren should.

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McLaren Speedtail highlights the very best in hybrid racing technology

McLaren Speedtail highlights the very best in hybrid racing technology

Details are scarce about the McLaren Speedtail. First announced in 2018, McLaren said the Speedtail is the fastest ever produced by the British supercar maker, capable of achieving a 250-mph top speed. But now, McLaren has unveiled the secrets behind the Speedtail’s propensity for speed, and it all has something to do with its highly-advanced hybrid powertrain.

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Lanzante revives McLaren P1 GTR with Gulf racing livery

Lanzante revives McLaren P1 GTR with Gulf racing livery

Feast your eyes on the McLaren P1 GTR-18. Built by British tuner and racing team Lanzante, this marvelous rendition of the McLaren P1 is sporting an eye-searing blue and orange Gulf livery. No doubt, Lanzante derived inspiration from the race-winning McLaren F1 GTR by Team Davidoff to create this one-off version of the P1 GTR.

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McLaren’s supercars are already light: Now it needs to make them even lighter

McLaren’s supercars are already light: Now it needs to make them even lighter

McLaren's cars are light, but the British supercar-maker has even more aggressive ambitions for cutting heft - and with good reason. The automaker's CEO has set staff to work on a so-called "weight race" for shedding further pounds, as it paves the way for more potent electrified models.

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The McLaren Senna GTR’s massive rear wing serves a valid purpose

The McLaren Senna GTR’s massive rear wing serves a valid purpose

Executive editor Chris Davies said it best when describing the McLaren Senna GTR. “It’s the most potent track car that the British automaker has ever created,” said Davies, and he’s right. But the most striking thing about the Senna GTR is not the mind-blowing power figure from its 4.0-liter V8 engine, but rather its massive, LMP1-style rear wing.

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McLaren 765LT gets a US price tag – and it’s a surprise

McLaren 765LT gets a US price tag – and it’s a surprise

McLaren has priced up its epic 765LT, the latest Longtail in an illustrious series of stretched supercars with an appetite for speed. Only 765 of the cars - based on the McLaren 720S but longer, lighter, and more powerful - will be produced, and each carrying a premium price tag to boot.

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Watch the McLaren Elva’s Active Air Management System in action

Watch the McLaren Elva’s Active Air Management System in action

The McLaren Elva is the newest addition to the British carmaker’s Ultimate Series lineup. The Elba joins the ranks of the iconic F1 along with the P1, Speedtail, and Senna. But unlike the aforementioned exotics, the Elva is the only speedster in the group. This means learning to deal with an 804-horsepower supercar with no roof, windshield, and side windows.

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McLaren shows off Elva M1A Theme by MSO

McLaren shows off Elva M1A Theme by MSO

Late last year, McLaren unveiled its new Elva extreme roadster that rings in at $1.69 million with an optional windshield. McLaren is back, and this time it's showing off a special MSO version that is a throwback to the superlight M1A McLaren that was the fastest car at the Canadian Sports Car Grand Prix in 1964. That car repeatedly smashed the lap record at Mosport Park during the race.

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McLaren 765LT turns a modern icon into a 755hp monster

McLaren 765LT turns a modern icon into a 755hp monster

No McLaren is ever normal, but the McLaren 765LT promises to be the British sports car maker's most extreme and memorable Longtail yet. Based on the 720S, it takes McLaren's infamous all-round supercar and molds it into a road-legal track star that only a few lucky drivers will get to own.

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Now I understand why the OnePlus Concept One exists

Now I understand why the OnePlus Concept One exists

The OnePlus Concept One hides its magic well. Indeed, you'd be hard-pressed at first glance to spot that the technology OnePlus developed for its new concept smartphone at CES 2020 started development eighteen months ago, the Android phone-maker once again taking McLaren's supercars as its inspiration. Only this time around, it's not just a fancy color scheme.

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