Adrenaline junkies with deep pockets will enjoy taking the 2015 McLaren 650S to the track and challenging Corvettes and M3s, or just driving it to the office parking lot to gain envious or admiring stares from co-workers.
McLaren gives us a sneak peek at its new 675LT model ahead of the Geneva auto show, building on the 650 with better aerodynamics, less weight and a diabolical 666 horsepower.
Set for an official unveiling at the Geneva auto show next week, McLaren releases photos and some details about its super fast road and track mate, the 675LT.
Hybrid supercars are here, and Brian Cooley takes you out in perhaps the wildest of them all.
Brian Cooley takes the McLaren P1 hybrid supercar out on the track and the street and checks the tech.
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The McLaren 650S takes advantage of carbon fiber and race-level drivetrain technology, yet still proves very manageable on the road.
CNET visits the astonishing McLaren Technology Centre, the space-age factory and headquarters where its brand-new 650S and P1 supercars are painstakingly designed and lovingly built.
Hangout trackside with McLaren's gorgeous "everyday supercar," the 641-horsepower 650S Coupe and Spider.
Though the performance may be powered by a twin-turbo V-8 engine, the tech in the 2015 McLaren 650S supercar is powered by a bespoke version of the Android mobile OS.