If you can't hide it, embrace it. When the Halo safety device was mandated for Formula One cars this year, many were quick to draw parallels with the structure's eccentric looks and a flip-flop shoe. Now it seems McLaren is in on the joke, as it has joined forces with a flip-flop manufacturer.
Last year McLaren Automotive Limited applied to trademark the name "McLaren GT" in the U.S. and the UK. Last week the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the request. It's tempting to wonder if we're looking at the name of the new McLaren monster car, the three-seat road-going Ultimate Series offering so far known as BP23. McLaren has, after all, called the coupe a "Hyper-GT" in an official press release.
McLaren will also offer the ultra-lightweight MSO 7-Spoke Hybrid Carbon Fiber wheels as an option.
There's even a glimpse of The Stig.
McLaren debuts its 2018 Formula 1 car, the MCL33, with a Renault power unit and high hopes.
We imagine the laps will be fast.
There was just one conflict, so Fuji race changed its date for him
Only limited-edition cars would come without hybrid tech.
"I've never been shy about my aim of winning motorsport's Triple Crown," Alonso says.
The paint is inspired by McLaren F1 GTRs from the '90s.
"I'm not the first person to point out an SUV is neither particularly sporty or utilitarian," McLaren's design chief says.