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McLaren hybrid plan sees every supercar electrified by 2025

McLaren hybrid plan sees every supercar electrified by 2025

McLaren has revealed an ambitious plan to make all of its sports cars hybrids by 2025, a $1.59 billion project the British automaker has called Track25. A total of eighteen new models are expected to be launched over the next seven years, building on the roadmap set out by the gas-electric McLaren P1.

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McLaren 600LT details announced ahead of Goodwood debut

McLaren 600LT details announced ahead of Goodwood debut

McLaren announced the first details on the latest ride in the Longtail family called the 600LT late last month. McLaren is now back and offering up full details on the car and the fact that it will be seen for the first time at the Goodwood Festival of Speed kicking off today. The 600LT gets a power boost of 30PS compared to the 3.8L V8 found in the 570S Coupe bringing power to 600PS.

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McLaren eSports program tests drivers with PC simulators and mobile games

McLaren eSports program tests drivers with PC simulators and mobile games

While professional soccer and basketball teams getting involved in eSports is nothing new, McLaren's racing division is leading the automotive world's investment in pro gaming. The carmaker has announced a new expansion to its "Shadow Project" eSports program, which is touted as a "search for the brightest and the best racing talent in eSports."

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McLaren 600LT points howling vertical exhausts through Longtail body

McLaren 600LT points howling vertical exhausts through Longtail body

A new McLaren is always something special, but the 2019 McLaren 600LT is arguably even more unusual than most. Fourth of the company's cars to bear the "Longtail" name, it's a limited-production, track-focused, F1 GTR inspired lap monster, with 592 horsepower and a distinctive style.

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McLaren 675LT wearing Gulf livery is a nod to past racing glory

McLaren 675LT wearing Gulf livery is a nod to past racing glory

McLaren has rolled out a one-of-a-kind 675LT that is wearing a Gulf racing livery for one lucky buyer and the car looks fantastic. This isn't the traditional powder blue and orange livery that you might think of, but it is an iconic livery. The design of the 675LT is meant to be a homage to the 1996 Gulf-Davidoff GTC McLaren F1 GTR "Longtail" racing car.

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$300k reality check: Grand Tourer fantasy meets McLaren’s 720S

$300k reality check: Grand Tourer fantasy meets McLaren’s 720S

Cars are nothing without context. Though many do a little bit of everything, most are built with a primary focus in mind. Performance cars take to the track, where they plane seconds off lap times like so much wood shaving. SUVs are the rugged overlanders that are handy when the road ends, yet traversal continues.

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McLaren 570GT MSO Black Collection limited to 100 examples

McLaren 570GT MSO Black Collection limited to 100 examples

McLaren has rolled out a new bespoke version of the 570GT that was built by McLaren Special Operations. The car is the McLaren 570GT MSO Black Collection. Only 100 units will be built, and the car has an all-black stealthy look and lot of unique MSO touches.

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McLaren BP23 hybrid is a 243+ mph 3-seat Hyper-GT

McLaren BP23 hybrid is a 243+ mph 3-seat Hyper-GT

McLaren's current line-up of supercars certainly isn't shabby, but aficionados of the automaker have a special spot in their heart for the McLaren F1. The iconic road car broke speed records back in 1998 and set new heights in engineering with its lavish use of carbon-fiber and more. Now, the company is bringing some of that F1 magic back, in the shape of the McLaren BP23 Hyper-GT.

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2018 McLaren 720S Review: Beware the British

2018 McLaren 720S Review: Beware the British

The clouds are dark, ominous; pregnant with rain and perhaps worse. California may be the Golden State, but I've lived through the sudden spite of its leaden winters and know too well how scenic roads can unexpectedly become slippery routes straight into the ditch when nine months of dust meets sheets of water. With the keys to the 2018 McLaren 720S in my pocket for just three days, the prospect of tempering my exuberance or - worse still - breaking one of the few cars that have made it to the West Coast is seriously lacking in appeal. Unlike the Egyptians, we British have no Sun God to pray to.

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McLaren Senna detailed as British supercar taunts physics

McLaren Senna detailed as British supercar taunts physics

The McLaren Senna may not be making its official debut until the Geneva Motor Show, but the British automaker can't help whetting our supercar appetites with some new details and photos. Named after iconic racing driver Ayrton Senna - who won the Formula 1 World Championship three times in McLaren cars - the hand-assembled road-legal racer is all about superlatives.

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McLaren MSO X is road-legal bespoke madness inspired by GT4

McLaren MSO X is road-legal bespoke madness inspired by GT4

McLaren's cars aren't exactly known for their restraint, but the British automaker has cranked the madness up even further with its limited edition McLaren MSO X. Only ten of the race car inspired cars will be made, but the good news is that they're all fully road-legal.

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McLaren Senna looks much better in black

McLaren Senna looks much better in black

The McLaren Senna was announced not too long ago and most of the press photos that were floating around showed the car in a copper-orange color. It was beautiful from some angles and hideous from others. If you were among the hoards wondering what it might look like in a solid color, here is your chance.

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