While the world does the right thing and stays safe at home, we want to keep ourselves driving, just digitally. Forza Horizon 4 makes for the ultimate driving playground and features nearly every McLaren car, including the recently added Speedtail.
All examples of McLaren’s acclaimed 600LT Spider coming to North America have now been fully ordered – with the exception of a final opportunity to catch one of 12 cars with a striking McLaren Special Operations (MSO) design theme.
Innovation in supercar interiors is explored in a new McLaren Tech Club film that looks at the materials selected for the McLaren GT, a car that sees the traditional Grand Touring philosophy delivered in a new and uniquely McLaren way. Blending greater comfort, space and usability with the levels of driver engagement, dynamic ability and performance for which McLaren is renowned, the GT has its own unique identity – inside and out.
Following the announcement that the Speedtail – the fastest McLaren ever – had completed high-speed validation tests in the United States and reached its maximum speed of 250mph more than 30 times, McLaren engineers have been asked one question more than any other: ‘How does Speedtail go that fast?’
McLaren Automotive will be represented by a star-studded driver line-up for the 2020 SRO E-Sport GT Series, a new virtual race series that gets underway this Sunday, April 26, with 2009 Formula 1 World Champion and former McLaren Grand Prix race-winner Jenson Button heading the list.
Mike Flewitt, McLaren Automotive Chief Executive Officer, has confirmed that the company will continue to pursue its engineering philosophy of reducing vehicle weight to further enhance the performance and efficiency of its supercars.
A series of short films created to provide insight into the technologies behind the McLaren brand and cars will be shared across McLaren media channels in the coming weeks.
McLaren Automotive and Bowers & Wilkins’ world-renowned audio system designs have been recognised at this year’s iF DESIGN AWARD.
Lighter, more powerful and with even higher levels of performance on both road and track, the McLaren 765LT is today revealed as the latest in a line of ‘Longtail’ McLarens and the most dynamically advanced and engaging LT model ever from McLaren Automotive.
McLaren Philadelphia has been named McLaren Automotive’s 2019 Retailer of the Year- North America in recognition of the highest standard of business operation, while also helping contribute to continued growth for McLaren Automotive in North America.
On February 12, McLaren Racing was inducted into the International Category of the Canadian Motorsport Hall of fame. The honour was accepted on behalf of the McLaren Racing team by retired driver Johnny Rutherford, who raced Team McLaren cars to two of its Indy 500 victories.
The new McLaren Senna GTR will be joined by four stunning McLaren F1 cars and a rare McLaren M6GT at Retromobile in Paris on February 5-9.
The dynamic development programme for the fastest and most technically advanced McLaren ever has concluded in fitting fashion with McLaren chief test driver, Kenny Brack, taking the new Speedtail up to its maximum speed of 403 km/h (250mph) at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA.
Two young engineers from New Zealand have arrived in England to begin an internship established in honour of McLaren’s Kiwi founder, Bruce McLaren.
The McLaren Automotive Driver Development Programme enters its third year in 2020 and, once again, will see four of the most exciting youngsters in motorsport fighting for top honours at the wheel of a McLaren 570S GT4.