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McLaren 570S Coupe: Specs and photo overload!

McLaren 570S Coupe: Specs and photo overload!

McLaren's 570S Coupe is the supercar manufacturer's latest model and will be officially unveiled at the New York International Auto Show on April 1st. The 570S Coupe is the first car in McLaren's newest Sports Series, which is its entry-level series, succeeded by the higher-end Super and Ultimate Series. This car is drool-worthy, from its raw power to its slick and glossy exterior and its luxuriously contoured leather interior. This latest McLaren has a "shrinkwrapped" design which not only looks cool, but is designed to be aerodynamically sound and raise downforce on the vehicle.

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McLaren 570S Coupe debuts in New York with 562hp

McLaren 570S Coupe debuts in New York with 562hp

McLaren is launching its latest car at the New York Auto Show and this car is its entry-level model called the 570S Coupe. The car is the very first in the Sport Series and a V8 engine hide under the hood. McLaren has optimized the body of the car for aerodynamics. The addition of the Sports Series gives McLaren a three-tier product range.

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McLaren 675LT hits 62 mph in 2.9 seconds

McLaren 675LT hits 62 mph in 2.9 seconds

McLaren has unveiled a new hyper car that will make its official debut at the Geneva motor show in March. The car is called the McLaren 675LT and it focuses on performance, lightweight, and driver engagement. The car will be offered as a coupe only and McLaren sys that the 675LT will be the most track-focused street legal car in the McLaren Super Series.

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McLaren 650S Le Mans edition celebrates 1995 victory

McLaren 650S Le Mans edition celebrates 1995 victory

In 1995, five McLaren F1 GTRs crossed the finished line of the annual 24 Hours of Le Mans race, ending up in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 13th place. That was, without a doubt, one of the proudest moments in McLaren's history. Now 20 years later, the Formula One constructor is celebrating that epic victory by launching a special limited edition McLaren 650S Le Mans model, styled after that iconic McLaren F1, giving would be owners not just a piece of history to be caged in a display, but something they can drive proudly as well.

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McLaren Special Operations department produces Gulf livery P1

McLaren Special Operations department produces Gulf livery P1

In all of racing history one of the most famous and beautiful racing liveries is that of Gulf. The familiar blue and orange livery adorned some of the best racing cars in history and is so popular that it often turns up on streetcars. The McLaren P1 is one of the best super exotic cars in the world and McLaren has now produced a P1 wearing the Gulf colors.

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This is probably as close to inside the McLaren P1 GTR as you’ll get

This is probably as close to inside the McLaren P1 GTR as you’ll get

Owning a McLaren of any sort is something most people don't get to experience, so we'll forgive you for trying to achieve the feeling of sitting inside the bespoke track focused racer by checking out these brand new interior shots and making "vroom-vroom" noises. McLaren revealed the P1 GTR's swooping exterior and crazy 986HP engine back in August, but had kept the driver accommodations secret until today. Perhaps the best part is the distinctive steering wheel, inspired by the McLaren MP4-23 that won the F1 championship in 2008.

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McLaren P1 GTR revealed: 986HP of extreme madness

McLaren P1 GTR revealed: 986HP of extreme madness

We should've believed them. McLaren warned us it was preparing something extreme for the P1 GTR, but even the outlandish concept sketches didn't quite capture the bonkers majesty of this super-exclusive racer. Shown off for the first time at Pebble Beach, the P1 GTR comes two decades after the original F1 GTR which won Le Mans back in 1995.

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This is the McLaren P1 GTR (and yes, it’s insane)

This is the McLaren P1 GTR (and yes, it’s insane)

When you're cooking up a track-only supercar based on the already bonkers McLaren P1, taking the subtle approach is probably the wrong strategy. Still, there's definitely no way the McLaren P1 GTR could be overlooked among weekend racers, as the British marques first design concept suggests: that vast rear wing alone should have spectators gawping.

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McLaren P1 GTR takes the well-heeled to the track

McLaren P1 GTR takes the well-heeled to the track

McLaren fans may be disappointed at the thought of P1 supercar production coming to an end, but the British car company is promising the salve the sadness with a $3.4m track-only edition, the McLaren P1 GTR. Bringing back the classic GTR name from McLaren's 24 Hours-winning F1 GTR two decades ago, the track-only model is expected to muster a whopping 1,000 PS (986 HP) by the time the firm's engineers have finished their efforts.

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Trion Supercars Nemesis promises the US a 2000hp street bullet

Trion Supercars Nemesis promises the US a 2000hp street bullet

We are in the heyday of the supercar right now with McLaren and its P1, Ferrari with its LaFerrari, and Porsche with its 918. Another marque wants to step into the supercar game and the company is a US based firm called Trion supercars. The car itself is called the Nemesis and it wants to be the American supercar.

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McLaren 650S spills speed details: Crazy fast and priced to match

McLaren 650S spills speed details: Crazy fast and priced to match

McLaren may have teased some big numbers for the new 650S supercar earlier this month, but it left out the ones we were particularly interested in: performance and price. The British car company will give the McLaren 650S its official reveal at the Geneva Motor Show 2014 early next month, but it couldn't help but spill some speed details including the fact that the new coupe is a full second quicker than the classic McLaren F1 in the 0-124mph run.

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McLaren 650S revealed as crazy flagship

McLaren 650S revealed as crazy flagship

McLaren has revealed its latest supercar, the 650S, promising not only engaging and exciting driving but luxury too with a 641 HP twin-turbo V8 and borrowing styling cues from the sold-out McLaren P1. Set to debut officially at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the McLaren 650S - the S stands for "Sport", unsurprisingly - will be offered both as a coupe and a Spider with an electrically-retractable hardtop from this spring, sitting above the 12C.

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