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McLaren 600LT Spider by MSO adds green for envy

McLaren 600LT Spider by MSO adds green for envy

If the 2020 McLaren 600LT Spider wasn't quite exclusive enough for you, how about a one-off bespoke version of the 592 horsepower convertible? The British automaker's McLaren Special Operations team has taken the latest Longtail and given it a thorough makeover, taking inspiration from the now-classic McLaren 675LT.

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2020 McLaren 600LT Spider First Drive: Speed with a Soundtrack

2020 McLaren 600LT Spider First Drive: Speed with a Soundtrack

If you thought slicing the roof off might leave the 2020 McLaren 600LT Spider softer, less extreme, or - dare I say it - even disappointing, worry not. The British automaker's latest addition to its Sport Series may have gained a retractable hard top roof, but this is no dilution of what makes a Longtail special. Never mind giving you a view of the sky: this extreme of engineering is all about bringing its audacious soundtrack inside.

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McLaren 600LT Spider opens the roof to hear the Longtail sing

McLaren 600LT Spider opens the roof to hear the Longtail sing

McLaren has revealed its latest car, and if you thought the 600LT's only flaw was not being able to fully enjoy the soundtrack from those top-exit exhausts, the new 600LT Spider should fix that. Now the fifth car to bear the "Longtail" name, the convertible adds a retractable hardtop to the lighter, fiercer sports car.

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McLaren teases fifth Longtail model ahead of January 16 reveal

McLaren teases fifth Longtail model ahead of January 16 reveal

McLaren is a bit of a tease with its new cars. The sports car maker has announced that it has a fifth Longtail model coming to carry on the name of the famous family. There is no official confirmation of what the car will be, but rumors floating around expect it to be the 600LT Spider.

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McLaren shows off Speedtail design inspirations

McLaren shows off Speedtail design inspirations

McLaren is ramping up the production for its next hypercar called the Speedtail. McLaren will build 106 examples of the car with each of them already sold to lucky buyers, and the first deliveries are set in early 2020. Each of the cars will be unique, and McLaren is showing off a collection of design inspiration to get the buyers to envision their unique ride.

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MSO McLaren P1 GTR celebrates Ayrton Senna’s 1988 wins with more power and aero

MSO McLaren P1 GTR celebrates Ayrton Senna’s 1988 wins with more power and aero

McLaren makes very high-performance sports cars and will let a buyer customize their ride all they want via McLaren Special Operations (MSO). We have seen MSO create custom 570GTs and other rides and MSO has now turned its hands to the most exotic of McLaren cars, the P1 GTR. MSO was commissioned to build this special car by the buyer to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ayrton Senna winning his first F1 title.

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The McLaren 600LT is not what I expected

The McLaren 600LT is not what I expected

Speedtail, Longtail, Senna… McLaren is in the midst of a model explosion, flexing more than a billion dollars to grow its line-up by 18 new models or variations by the time 2025 is through. Still, if you had any concerns that quantity would come at the cost of quality, the 2019 McLaren 600LT should settle your fears. Latest addition to the Sport Series, it’s an opportunity for the British automaker to demonstrate exactly what it does best: finding the center point where exotic materials, lightweighting, and brute force play most compellingly.

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OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition announced with 10GB of RAM

OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition announced with 10GB of RAM

Just as we all expected, the first product to come out of this recently-announced partnership between McLaren and OnePlus is a phone. More specifically, OnePlus today announced the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, which ships with a few interesting improvements over the standard 6T. The first, and arguably most important, is an increase in RAM.

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5 ways the McLaren 720S Spider is supercar royalty

5 ways the McLaren 720S Spider is supercar royalty

The sun-loving supercar buyer has a new toy to consider, and the McLaren 720S Spider makes a very strong pitch as to why it should be your summer fling. Second derivative of the fearsome 720S Coupe, the convertible promises just as aggressive performance but with the open-top enjoyment that only slicing off the roof can bring. Being a McLaren, of course, the 720S Spider hasn't done things the obvious way.

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OnePlus 6T McLaren will warp where few phones have gone before

OnePlus 6T McLaren will warp where few phones have gone before

The OnePlus 6 series, both the original and the OnePlus 6T, have always been about speed. Or at least that’s what OnePlus has been focusing its marketing on. It’s no longer a secret that it will be extensively using that theme to market a special McLaren F1 Edition. But more than just a name and a color change, it seems that this particular version of the OnePlus 6T will also get a speed boost when it comes to charging.

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McLaren 720S Spider is a stunning droptop without compromise

McLaren 720S Spider is a stunning droptop without compromise

McLaren has pulled the wraps - and the roof - from its latest supercar, with the 2019 720S Spider promising both performance and an uninterrupted view of the sky. A second variation of the award-winning 720S Coupe, the new McLaren 720S Spider is also the second car in the British automaker's Track25 business plan, which should see a whopping 18 new cars or derivatives by the end of 2025.

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OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition details leak out ahead of reveal

OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition details leak out ahead of reveal

OnePlus kicked off Wednesday by announcing a new team up with McLaren. The two companies are plotting a reveal event for December 11, and it seems likely that they're going to announce a new phone. Seeing phone companies partner with high-end car manufacturers is nothing new, after all, and if the past is any indication, then we're probably going to see some kind of McLaren-inspired phone from OnePlus.

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