Revealed today, the 663hp, £2.8 million Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 could be the purest, most exciting driver’s car ever. Here’s what you need to know
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A long-running partnership that created some legendary race car liveries is revived as McLaren and Gulf team up once again
On-track in the road-going McLaren hypercar named after Ayrton Senna. It boasts 800hp, 800Nm of torque and 800kg of downforce.
Seven days with a supercar makes one weak. Especially when it’s the 212mph McLaren 720S.
Russian tuner TopCar has given the McLaren 720S a once-over. A 50-piece carbon kit, up to 900hp, and the name ‘Fury’ is the result. Still want that 765?
Carmakers McLaren and Nissan have joined efforts to develop and build ventilators. The equipment is desperately needed in the fight against coronavirus.
Some supercar buyers may not heard of McLaren, but their video game-playing children certainly have – and this is helping sell more cars.
The McLaren 765LT is the most powerful road-legal McLaren ‘Longtail’ to date, with a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 producing 765hp. It’s also incredibly light.
A Track Pack for the McLaren 720S includes an active rear spoiler, throatier sports exhaust and super-sticky tyres. It makes for an even sharper supercar.