For its latest video, Xcar goes back to Woking to take a spin in the McLaren 650S, England's rival to the likes of the Ferrari 488 GTB and Lamborghini Huracan. Fortunately they brought along a camera or two.
McLaren introduces the 540C coupe at the Shanghai Motor Show. Aimed at the Chinese market but apparently available worldwide by special order, it comes with 533 horsepower and a starting price of 126,000 pounds, which is a little less grunt and a 17,000-pound savings over the 570S.
Autoblog recaps the 2015 Chinese Formula One Grand Prix. Unusual for China, it was a bright, sunny day with no chance of rain. But other than that bit of sunshine, it was not the competition we were hoping for.
Whether you've got the $190k to spare or just dreaming of what it would be like, McLaren has added the new 570S to its online configuration utility – packed with color choices and optional extras with which to play around.
McLaren's kicked off its Sports Series lineup at the New York Auto Show with the 570S, and now we know the price. At $184,900 - it's barely more than a Porsche 911 Turbo S. Next up is the more affordable 540C, set to debut at the Shanghai Motor Show later this month.
German rivals beware: McLaren is officially gunning for you with the launch of the 570S at the 2015 New York Auto Show, the first new model in Woking's long-awaited and highly anticipated Sports Series.
What's it like living with a million-dollar hybrid hypercar? Leave it to Chris Harris to find out, picking up a McLaren P1 at Anglesey in Wales and driving it out to Goodwood over the course of two days of hybrid hypercar action.
With only 28 examples made, seeing a McLaren F1 GTR doing what it was made to do is a rare sight indeed. And for the 73rd Members' Meeting, Goodwood brought out 16 of them and put them all on the track together.
After crashing at the test in Barcelona and missing the season opener in Australia, McLaren says that its star driver Fernando Alonso is ready to get back in the cockpit for the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend.
Looking at the McLaren P1 GTR sitting still on a show stand is all well and fine, but what we really want to know is what it's like to actually drive the thing like it's meant to be driven. Fortunately that's just what we're looking at in this latest video from Autocar.
We've seen a lot of teaser images and videos for McLaren's upcoming Sport Series, but this is the first one released to date that shows us an undisguised body panel – and a large section at that – of the upcoming 911 Turbo rival from Woking.