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McLaren's design chief is not into the SUV.

"I'm not the first person to point out an SUV is neither particularly sporty or utilitarian," McLaren's design chief says.

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Battery technology remains the biggest hurdle.

Battery technology remains the biggest hurdle.

ETC

It's powered by clean-burning kid energy.

It makes two pounding feet of torque.

Spy Shots

Or some sort of test mule for BP23?

Get a load of that aero package.

Recalls

These are late-model cars that have been built since the recall started.

The recall also expands to cover Ferrari's entire lineup.

The List

It's a street car, but you wouldn't know that by driving one

We drive a McLaren 650s through the streets of England on this episode of The List.

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Rumored P14 looks like McLaren's Frankenstein. In a good way.

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Driver Kenny Brack ran the hill in just 47.07 seconds.

The LM's blistering run cut two seconds off the previous record.

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The ultimate rendition of McLaren's Ultimate Series, the new P1 LM is set to climb the hill at Goodwood and park in the driveways of five fortunate owners.

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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.

Geneva

Along with the new 570GT, McLaren rolled into Geneva this year with a P1 done up in carbon fiber and a 675LT Spider or two. Unfortunately we can't have either.

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McLaren has a prototype EV powertrain under development that could go into a future model in the P1 family, and the company has more hybrids coming, too.

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The 675LT gets even more CF accents.

McLaren Special Operations will make a big showing in Geneva with one-off versions of the new 675LT Spider and P1 hypercar.

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If you happen to have an extra $3 million to spend on a supercar for the race track, we envy you. We're also jealous that you get to choose your own livery.

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This dark green and orange McLaren P1 GTR was delivered to a customer in San Jose, CA - making this the first such track-bound supercar in America.

Recalls

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.

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McLaren has produced the last of 375 examples of the P1 hybrid hypercar, with just a handful of GTRs to go, no further variants to follow, and no current plans for a successor.