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McLaren is bringing its A-game to Pebble Beach this year. As well as its hardcore P1 GTR, the British manufacturer is planning to show two "McLaren Special Operations" (MSO) cars to the 2014 Concours crowd. Read More

Following on from the initial bare-bones sketch of its upcoming P1 GTR, McLaren has released another hint of what form the track-only P1 will take with a bit of concept art. Read More

Three years ago, US bicycle manufacturer Specialized teamed up with Britain's McLaren Applied Technologies to create what they called "the fastest complete performance bike in the world" – the S-Works + McLaren Venge. Now, the bike-maker and the high-end car-maker have once again joined forces, this time to produce the S-Works McLaren Tarmac. Only 250 of the road bikes will be made. Read More
No one could accuse Mclaren of being lazy lately. On top of the 650S Special Edition that wowed Goodwood, the British manufacturer has also shown the world the GT3 racer that will replace the 12C's GT3 edition. Read More
After a positive reaction to the MSO 650S Coupe Concept shown in China earlier this year, McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has announced that it will make available 50 bespoke examples of its exotic 650S sports car in both coupe and spider versions. Replete with many styling cues from the concept – such as the prominent front splitter, air intakes, side blades and rear diffuser – the first production MSO 650S will make its debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Read More
For the last decade and a half, Audi has dominated the World Endurance Championship racing. It would be easy to dismiss yesterday's 13th Le Mans 24 Hour Race win for the company in 16 years as "same stuff, different year." In that time, it has significantly changed the world's perception of both diesel engines and hybrid power trains. Yet yesterday's win is probably its finest achievement. Read More
McLaren Automotive is set to release a track-only version of its high-powered P1 supercar. By cranking up the horsepower to 986 hp (735 kw) and bestowing it with the iconic badge made famous by the F1 GTR that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans almost two decades ago, McLaren says the new P1 GTR will be "designed and developed as the best drivers’ car in the world on the track." Read More
In a move which indicates that its technological dominance of F1 this year has caught even its own marketing folk by surprise, Mercedes-Benz has renamed its Formula One racing car mid-season, announcing the Silver Arrows will now carry the same hybrid branding as Mercedes-Benz road cars. With just five rounds of the 19-race championship run, so fast is the Silver Arrow that those bookies still accepting bets have a Mercedes-Benz championship at 100/1 on! Read More
With the New York and Beijing Auto Shows officially over, manufacturers now need to find other ways to attract and retain attention. Concocting specialized vehicles, sporting varying degrees of aesthetic and performance modifications, is one way automakers keep their products fresh in the global eye. This makeover technique is exactly what McLaren’s Special Operations (MSO) has done with the menacing, all-black MSO 650S Coupe Concept. Read More
As the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) gets ready to wrap up this weekend, visitors still have a chance to see some of the auto world’s unique offerings for 2014. One boutique supercar manufacturer, however, chose an intimate space away from the cavernous halls of Manhattan’s Javits Center to show off its latest creations; the McLaren 650S Coupe and Spider. Read More
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