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McLaren 650S News
Rumored P14 looks like McLaren's Frankenstein. In a good way.
The next mid-range McLaren will get inspiration from the P1 hypercar, with a twin-turbo, 3.8-liter V8 and a set of electric motors and batteries.
This McLaren 650S Spider prepared by McLaren Special Operations for the Dubai Motor Show may look like your typical Storm Trooper treatment, but it actually features gold flakes in the paint.
Chris Harris brings together the Aston Martin Vantage GT12 and Porsche 911 GT3 RS for a supercar shootout on both road and track - and brings along his McLaren 650S Spider tester for good measure.
McLaren's upcoming new 675LT will debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, but you can hear it roar and learn some new details of the track-focused supercar right here and now.
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.
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.
Episode #403 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Michael Harley, and Ronnie Fung of Autoblog Canada talk about the $5 billion investment Ford is making in Lincoln, the McLaren 650S, and the best apps for drivers. We start with what's in the garage and finish up with some of your questions, and for those of you who hung with us live on our UStream channel, thanks for taking the time. Check out the rundown below with times for topics, and you can follow along down below with
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Otolith organs are the tiny acceleration-sensing parts of your inner ear that are extremely effective at telling your brain when you are changing velocity. They make easy work of elevator rides, subway cars and most roller coasters, but the organs are completely overpowered by the 2015 McLaren 650S – the acceleration from its twin-turbocharged V8 leaves them dazed and confused, an overwhelming, dizzy sensation topped off with a bout of queasiness.