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McLaren Albert Speedtail took 12 weeks to paint

McLaren Albert Speedtail took 12 weeks to paint

The McLaren Albert Speedtail is one of the final 106 Speedtails to be made. The 'Albert’ moniker pays homage to the first Speedtail prototype from 2018, with the Albert name derived from the McLaren F1 test mules of 1992. McLaren named the original MVY02 Speedtail prototype ‘Albert’ as a tribute to the original F1 supercar test mules.

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McLaren 765LT Spider cuts the roof and spits fire

McLaren 765LT Spider cuts the roof and spits fire

McLaren is adding a new droptop to its line-up, with the 765LT Spider chopping the roof off the most recent Longtail. Only 765 of the convertibles will be produced - and only a third of that making it to North America - each with an electrically-operated, one-piece carbon fiber roof and a 755 horsepower engine.

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McLaren GT Ride-On is the coolest toy of the summer

McLaren GT Ride-On is the coolest toy of the summer

British supercar maker McLaren has unveiled the newest car in its Ride-On collection: The McLaren GT. It’s the fourth Lilliputian scale model of a McLaren supercar and is ready to ride for kids aged three to six. Based on the curvaceous McLaren GT, this Ride-On is the coolest toy of the summer.

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McLaren intends to enter the Extreme E race series next year

McLaren intends to enter the Extreme E race series next year

McLaren is heavily involved in automotive racing in multiple segments all around the world. A new report has surfaced that McLaren intends to enter another racing series called Extreme E. This is a unique racing series and something that McLaren has never participated in before as it involves racing electric SUVs.

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DarwinPro GTR Style body kit will transform your McLaren 720S into a Senna GTR

DarwinPro GTR Style body kit will transform your McLaren 720S into a Senna GTR

Without question, the McLaren 720S is the epitome of supercar performance and aerodynamic styling, but the latter is subjective. But if (for some strange reason) you want your 720S to resemble McLaren’s hardcore Senna GTR, DarwinPro has the solution. And no, it doesn’t involve selling your 720S and paying more money for a $1.7-million Senna GTR.

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Even with a windshield the McLaren Elva looks wild

Even with a windshield the McLaren Elva looks wild

McLaren has revealed the newest version of its super-lightweight Elva roadster, this time fitting a windshield to the 804 horsepower road-legal rocket. First unveiled in late 2019, the original Elva was distinguished as much by its absence of any front glass as by its $1.69 million price tag, though McLaren did say at the time that it would have a more traditional version in time.

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McLaren 720S in Gulf livery celebrates the renewed partnership between two iconic racing brands

McLaren 720S in Gulf livery celebrates the renewed partnership between two iconic racing brands

The first partnership between McLaren and Gulf in Formula 1 and Can-Am was from 1968 to 1973. For a brief moment, the two iconic brands rekindled the flame in the 1990s with the McLaren F1 GTR. After a brief hiatus, McLaren and Gulf reunited in 2020. Celebrating this renewed partnership is the 720S in old-school Gulf livery.

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I’m fascinated by the McLaren Artura hybrid – This is why

I’m fascinated by the McLaren Artura hybrid – This is why

We're a long way from "hybrid" automatically meaning "Prius," but cars like the new McLaren Artura still have something to prove. Meaningful electrification in the sports car segment is a tough balance to strike: e-motors have clear advantages when it comes to delivering instant torque, for example, but bring with them their own weight and bulk headaches. They're two things most performance car-makers would prefer to avoid.

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McLaren ends legendary Sports Series lineup with final deliveries of 620R supercar

McLaren ends legendary Sports Series lineup with final deliveries of 620R supercar

Production for British automaker McLaren's Sports Series ended in December 2020 with the final builds of its 620R supercar. The 620R commemorates the McLaren Sports Series's final chapter, which began in 2015 with the 570S coupe. After six years and seven brilliant models, the last production examples of the 620R are now making their way to owner garages across the Middle East, Europe, and Africa.

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McLaren 720S GT3X takes race-ready to another level

McLaren 720S GT3X takes race-ready to another level

The standard McLaren 720S is as extreme as a road-ready supercar should be, but the newest 720S GT3X is taking the word ‘extreme’ to a whole new level. Based on the track-only 720S GT3 competing in numerous GT3 championship races across Europe, the Middle East, and the USA, the GT3X is breaking free from the constraints of racing guidelines by offering more power, more speed, and more excitement in the racing class.

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Hennessey McLaren 765 LT HPE1000 has a 1,000HP twin-turbo V8 engine

Hennessey McLaren 765 LT HPE1000 has a 1,000HP twin-turbo V8 engine

The McLaren 765 LT is a hardcore version of the 720S, but Texas-based tuning firm and auto builder Hennessey has more sinister plans. Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) is offering the HPE1000 upgrade to McLaren’s 765 Long Tail supercar.

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This SWAE McLaren 720S is a cacophony of 3D-printed carbon-fiber goodness

This SWAE McLaren 720S is a cacophony of 3D-printed carbon-fiber goodness

The McLaren 720S is an otherworldly supercar, but American tuning firm SWAE has something doubly desirable. Just a stone’s throw away from Glacier National Park in Montana is SWAE, a relative newcomer in the aftermarket tuning business. If you’re a newbie and you want to generate noise, creating a custom McLaren 720S with 3D-printed widebody panels is not a bad idea.

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