Cars are one of the ultimate collectibles, and nothing makes them more prized than having been owned by a celebrities like Wayne Newton or Frank Sinatra or used in a movie like Fast and Furious.
By adding an electric motor to the equation, McLaren can deliver impressive performance with fewer cylinders.
Gordon Murray, the designer of the McLaren F1, and his automotive startup Gordon Murray Automotive have been working on what is best described as a spiritual successor to the iconic F1.
The 600LT Spider is a noisy, brightly-coloured handful of a car that makes you smile as it wiggles into a corner, slides on exit, and spits flames on every shift.
A trick retractable hardtop convertible offering infinite headspace with minimal compromise to the 720S Coupe’s many charms, the new McLaren 720S Spider is a 720S that can drop its top at the press of a button.
Macca’s first Hyper-GT is a splashy new addition to the brand’s flagship Ultimate Series range.
With the 720S, McLaren threads the needle between a future-forward supercar and a visceral backroad-slaying sportscar—it is nothing short of an achievement.
A new high-performance model based on the already very impressive 570S supercar.
Located in the hills above Osoyoos, B.C., Area 27 is a cutting-edge race track designed by F1 Champion Jacques Villeneuve.