McLaren

Founded in 1989, McLaren is a British-based builder of supercars that works closely with its namesake F1 team, McLaren Racing. Best known for building the F1 supercar that dominated the '90s and can still hold its own among today's exotics, McLaren has returned in recent years with the MP4-12C supercar and plans to follow up with an F1 successor called the P1.


Rowan Atkinson selling his McLaren F1 for $12M

British comedian Rowan Atkinson is selling his dark purple 1997 McLaren F1 for the equivalent of about $12 million. Since owning the McLaren, Atkinson has covered 41,000 miles in it and has crashed the supercar at least twice.
McLaren launches 650S Le Mans edition, Sports Series to offer 4 variants

The latest word has it that McLaren's upcoming entry-level Sports Series will be just that: a series, with at least four versions to include a coupe, convertible, a touring version with an unusual trunk and a track-bound GTR version. McLaren Special Operations has also announced a special-edition 650S to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the F1 GTR's win at Le Mans.
McLaren working on 650S GTR, too

We know McLaren is working on a GTR version of the already-absurdly-good P1, now Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reports that the Woking firm is also preparing a track-only 650S to wear a GTR badge. It is rumored to have more power, less weight, and new bodywork, and be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show.

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2015 Mclaren 650S
$327,945 / 965 miles / VA
2015 Mclaren 650S
$289,335 / 76 miles / VA
2015 Mclaren 650S
$319,000 / 2,848 miles / VA
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2015 McLaren 650S Spider [w/video]
McLaren's new 650S sports car has unexpectedly replaced the British automaker's capable MP4-12C, promising more power and poise. We flog it on road and track to find out if it delivers.
2015 McLaren P1 [w/video]
In which we drive McLaren's bonkers new hybrid supercar, the P1 on Top Gear's UK test track and file this road test report.