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AutoComplete: McLaren's 600LT gets a price tag, comes with driving lessons
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
The latest limited edition wallet buster from McLaren just had its official pricing released, as well as a few other juicy details.
First of all, it will cost $240,000 to take one home, and if you can find that much change under the seat of your Camry, you'll also receive free driver training from McLaren.
Also, the 600LT is just one mile per hour slower than the previous Longtail, and it will do the run to 60 in 2.8 seconds.
Honda has a well deserved reputation for being a sensible company that makes sensible cars and motorcycles, but it's blowing the image out of the water.
With the Mean Mower, a 190 horsepower lawn tractor that just mowed the lawns at the lawns at the former Lord Marsh's estate at 50 miles per hour.
The Mean Mower has a projected top speed of 150, though you'd have to be a total nut bar to volunteer to reach that.
Everyone loves the Ariel Atom, and it's pretty easy to see why.
It's a no compromise speed machine designed to simultaneously elate and scare the hell out of anyone who sits in it.
And now that it is easier than ever, because it has all 320 of the Honda Civic Type R's horsepower in a car that weighs just 1312 pounds.
They should sell this thing with a spare clean underwear compartment.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com.
And we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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