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After months of circulating rumors, McLaren confirms that its upcoming addition to the Ultimate Series–the supercar maker’s group of cars that include the P1TM, Senna, and Speedtail–will be a roadster. McLaren released a rendering of the model, which reveals a two-seat cockpit open vehicle without a windshield and roof. Manufacture …

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McLaren has removed the shape-changing, additional body panels previously used to hide the form of its imminent, rule-breaking ‘Grand Tourer’. The car’s sleek and boldly elegant design can now be discerned although the lightweight body remains covered by a shrink-wrapped livery that suggests the number of established rules the McLaren …

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Carbon fiber is a lightweight and durable material, and these characteristics are why it is gaining widespread use in many sports cars today. But given enough force, the carbon fibers and epoxy can be damaged or weakened, and you end up with a broken panel. But technology is a wonderful …

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McLaren Senna GTR

Just 12 months after it was revealed as a concept car at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show, the McLaren Senna GTR is revealed as a fully-fledged track machine–uncompromised, unconstrained and unshackled by road or racing regulations. McLaren Automotive‘s most track-focused Ultimate Series car has evolved in key areas to …

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McLaren Speedtail

When McLaren Automotive finally revealed the McLaren Speedtail, the ‘Hyper-GT’ car the British carmaker claims would be its fastest-ever, it had lofty expectations for it, like the capability to exceed the 391 kph peak speed of the iconic McLaren F1 using a petrol-electric hybrid powertrain that produces a combined 1,036 …

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McLaren Speedtail

In March, McLaren Automotive revealed that it was working on its fastest-ever car that has “the capability to exceed the 391 kph peak speed of the legendary McLaren F1 road car.” A few months later in July, the British carmaker revealed the car’s name as the McLaren Speedtail. Seven months …

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McLaren Speedtail

In March, McLaren Automotive revealed that it was working on its fastest-ever car that has “the capability to exceed the 243mph (391 kph) peak speed of the legendary McLaren F1 road car.” At that time, it only bore the code name BP23. Well, the British carmaker has finally revealed the …

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