Supercars are always considered as cramped, unpractical machines that just do one thing – move like a bat out of hell. So McLaren has launched an even softer dedicated model than the “C” versions of their other supercars, dubbed the McLaren GT.
The McLaren F1 is revered to be one of the best, if not the best supercar the world has ever seen. Even though the British brand churned out many supercars and some hyper cars, none of them had been even remotely considered to be a successor to the legendary F1, although there is a new model that will attempt to do so yet again.
If you’ve ever wanted to drive the mental McLaren P1 GTR on the road, you were out of luck as it was confined to race-track use only. But now you have an alternative thanks to Lanzante’s new McLaren P1 GT, the design of which was allegedly commissioned by a customer from the Middle East. How unsurprising.
McLaren bumps up the count of their Long Tail models with the release of 2019 McLaren 600LT based on the 570S Supercar.
McLaren’s engineers have been working on a car that was unlike anything else in their lineup. After a teaser, McLaren finally revealed the McLaren Senna. Aptly named after the legendary Brazilian Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, this model is bred at the track for the road.
McLaren has dropped the top on the 570S to create the first Spider model in its entry level “Sports” series. Joining the 675LT Spider and the 650S Spider from their “Super” series, the 570S Spider will offer air-in-the-hair motoring action at a slightly lower price.
Until the beginning of last year, McLaren’s bread-and-butter was the 650S, but it proved too impractical for many in the market for these cars. Then there was the 570S, which was meant to be softer-driving and more practical. Alongside it came the 540C, which was supposed to be even softer. And now there is the 570GT, which is supposed to be…even softer and more practical?
The British supercar maker, McLaren, has showcased a new entrant to their portfolio at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Called the 720S, the new supercar will be a lot faster than the outgoing 650S, with a power to weight ratio of more than 500 hp per ton.
Let us look back at the last month of 2016 to know what went wrong with the automobile industry in December. A few automobile manufacturers announced recalls on several models to rectify problems.
At the end of every year we do a rundown of how we’re doing and what were the highlights of the past year. Admittedly, 2016 has been tough on many people, with the downturn in the economy leading to job losses and a 30% decrease in car sales. This was reflected in our traffic statistics, which has always been a window into the local car market. However, we still managed to eke out a 5% increase in revenue, and still remain the most profitable automotive portal in the region (despite increased costs in “fees” and unfavourable rules) thanks to our genuine readers,
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