McLaren Cars

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.


2016 McLaren 675LT
2016 McLaren 675LT
MSRP:
$349,500
Engine:
3.8L V-8
MPG:
N/A
2016 McLaren 570S
2016 McLaren 570S
MSRP:
$184,900
Engine:
3.8L V-8
MPG:
16 City / 23 HWY
2015 McLaren 650S
2015 McLaren 650S
MSRP:
$265,500
Engine:
3.8L V-8
MPG:
16 City / 22 HWY
That McLaren windshield smash video? It's a fake

It went viral by accident, if you believe the guy behind the camera.
Watch a skateboarder smash a McLaren's windshield

Things escalate quickly in this Colorado run-in.
McLaren F1 may be resurrected as a three-seat, 700-hp GT car

Don't expect any gold foil, though.

It won't be as fast as a P1, but it will be far more luxurious.

For Sale

2012 Mclaren MP4-12C
$159,900 / 5,237 miles / CA
2013 Mclaren MP4-12C
$165,800 / 5,742 miles / CA
2012 Mclaren MP4-12C
$174,880 / 2,177 miles / CA
That McLaren windshield smash video? It's a fake

It went viral by accident, if you believe the guy behind the camera.
2017 McLaren 570GT First Drive
McLaren's cars are fast, but aside from brutal speed they leave us somewhat cold. The 570GT looks to add some comfort and character to the lineup.
2016 McLaren 675LT Review
The McLaren 675LT exhibits the widest gap between ultimate comfort and ultimate performance of any car we've ever driven.
2016 McLaren 650S Spider Review [w/video]
Managing Editor Steven Ewing took a 575-mile road trip from Baltimore to Detroit in a bright green McLaren 650S, distracting everyone he passed along the way.
McLaren recalls P1 for faulty backup hood latch

McLaren is recalling 122 examples of the P1 hybrid hypercar located in the United States to have the secondary hood latch replaced, lest it disengage and open while under way.
McLaren recalls MP4-12C in hot-weather states over wiper woes

There probably aren't many things that can ruin the experience of driving a McLaren MP4-12C, but as it turns out, the humid air of America's Southeastern states is one of those things. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a recall for 374 examples of the 2012-2014 model year MP4-12C due to a faulty wiper that could fail in muggy climates.