A purveyor of expensive, capable, small-batch British sports cars, McLaren's first car was the inimitable McLaren F1. Currently, the automaker produces five cars, with price tags ranging from about $150,000 all the way past $1 million.
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One quick look at the body is all you need to realize that it's not exactly road legal.
It's basically a Vision Gran Turismo concept come to life.
McLaren's new GT4 racer is lighter, more efficient and more competitive than the old 570S GT4.
McLaren finished with a one-two in Monza for the Italian Grand Prix and wasted no time rolling out a supercar paying homage to Daniel Riccardo.
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Even as far as supercars are concerned, the McLaren 720S is quite the tour de force.
Not only does the 720S look like a spaceship, it accelerates and handles like one, too.