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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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With 250mph under its belt, you’re looking at the fastest McLaren ever

With 250mph under its belt, you’re looking at the fastest McLaren ever

The fastest McLaren ever has completed its speed testing, with the new Speedtail proving it has pace to go with its otherworldly looks and morphing bodywork. The super-exclusive hypercar promised 250 mph when it broke cover in late 2018, and now McLaren's validation testing is complete, production can get the green light too.

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McLaren 620R is the street-legal GT4 racer

McLaren 620R is the street-legal GT4 racer

McLaren has pulled the wraps off a new streetcar called the McLaren 620R that is the street-legal version of the McLaren GT4 racing car. The automaker says that the competition-inspired coupe is part of the McLaren Sports Series. The ride is meant to maximize the deployment of motorsport technology from the McLaren 570S GT4 racing car free from racing regulations.

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McLaren Elva is a $1.69m extreme roadster – the windshield is optional

McLaren Elva is a $1.69m extreme roadster – the windshield is optional

In McLaren's world, a windshield only gets in the way between you, the open road, and 804 horsepower: how else could you explain the new McLaren Elva roadster? A new addition to the British automaker's Ultimate Series, the Elva strips off the roof and doesn't stop there, paring back the bodywork to make the lightest road car ever from the company.

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McLaren’s stunning new Ultimate Series roadster skips the windshield

McLaren’s stunning new Ultimate Series roadster skips the windshield

McLaren has revealed its newest supercar, a seductive new roadster that will join the British automaker's Ultimate Series in 2020. Making its debut - in teasing preview form, at least - at Pebble Beach in Monterey, CA today, the new McLaren is yet to be officially named, but we're too busy marveling at the design to be worried about that.

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McLaren 720S Ride-On gives young supercar fans an authentic ride

McLaren 720S Ride-On gives young supercar fans an authentic ride

There are saying about “starting them young” but no parent will probably get kids driving even before they can properly understand driving laws. They can, however, instill the love of car brands at a young age, attuning their minds to the intricacies of supercar designs and sounds. That may be the kind of thinking behind McLaren Automotive’s latest car toy, the 720S Ride-On, that tries to deliver a look and feel that these kids will remember as distinctly McLaren.

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2020 McLaren GT is a 612hp replacement for your private jet

2020 McLaren GT is a 612hp replacement for your private jet

McLaren has revealed its new grand tourer, the 2020 McLaren GT, but if you were expecting a sedate highway cruiser this is a 612 horsepower reminder that the automaker doesn't do slow. The latest addition to the British sports car-maker's growing range, the McLaren GT promises to combine speed and driver engagement with the sort of comfort you'd demand were you eschewing the private jet and opting to drive across the country instead.

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Life-size Lego McLaren Senna weighs more than the real thing

Life-size Lego McLaren Senna weighs more than the real thing

McLaren pulled the wraps off the Senna hypercar back in 2017. It's not the most beautiful of hypercars, but it is one of the best performing of them. McLaren has announced that a 1:1 scale Lego version of the Senna has been completed. Building the blocky hypercar was quite an undertaking for those involved with the project.

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The 813hp McLaren Senna GTR is a track day fever-dream

The 813hp McLaren Senna GTR is a track day fever-dream

If you thought the McLaren Senna couldn't get any more extreme, you were wrong: the Senna GTR is here to prove that fact. The most potent track car that the British automaker has ever created, it takes the DNA of the Ultimate Series flagship and gives it the sort of performance that should make it unstoppable around a circuit.

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