Born out of decades of racing history, including numerous Formula One World Championships, McLaren Automotive was founded in 1989 but didn't introduce its first car until 1992. The McLaren F1 became an icon, setting a new top speed record that lasted for a full decade. Followed by the McLaren Mercedes SLR, Mercedes went back to focus on racing before launching its modern era of exotic cars in 2011 with the MP4-12C.
We’ve seen how good the McLaren 650S GT3 looks, but now we can hear how good it sounds. Following its debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, the British automaker has released the first video showcasing the 650S GT3 race car in all its glory. The video is a treat for any automotive enthusiast... more
McLaren announced a new iteration of its sports car today designed specifically for Asian customers. The 625C serves a softened sibling to the 650S with less horsepower and driving dynamics designed to be friendlier for daily driving. McLaren says sales of its products in Asia grew more than any other market with a 20 percent... more
Through social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+. This week our most popular stories all revolve around this year’s Pebble Beach Automotive Week and its plethora of luxury and exotic debuts. At this year’s events in Monterey, California luxury... more
McLaren just revealed what might be the products that steals the show at Pebble Beach this week with a staggering 1,000 hp. Like the 650 S Sprint, this is a track-only vehicle that McLaren is offering to well-heeled performance junkies who aren’t satisfied with driving a street car on a race track. McLaren says it... more
McLaren’s track-only 650 S Sprint was on display today at Pebble Beach as part of an impressive presence for the British sports car brand. The hardcore performance special comes with special paint and revised body work along with a stripped interior in the name of shaving down lap times. At its center, the same 3.8-liter... more
McLaren will debut its track-only 650S Sprint at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The stripped-out race variant of the 650S will make its world premiere alongside numerous McLaren models including the highly anticipated McLaren P1 GTR. The 650S Sprint has been outfitted with developments to the company’s Brake Steer system, a proper race setup... more
Your browser is out of date! Update your browser for free for improved security and a modern web browsing experience: