Drawing on 50 years of racing success, McLaren has created some of the most iconic and exhilarating road cars the world has ever seen. During the epochal 1988 season, Team Principal Ron Dennis and Technical Director Gordon Murray began pondering the ultimate road car, a McLaren road car. In 1993 the seminal McLaren F1 was launched. Two years later, the F1 GTR dominated the podium at Le Mans, turning the greatest supercar of its generation into the most successful British race car of modern times.
Black swans represent a metaphor for the seemingly impossible. The McLaren Sports Series features a 3.8 litre mid-mounted turbocharged V8 engine, with a lightweight carbon fibre MonoCell II chassis. All combining for a class-defining, game-changing, thrill-enhancing, power-to-weight ratio and a sense of control that makes driving pure fun. No serious competitor. Unless you need to follow the pack?
Black swans represent a metaphor for the seemingly impossible. Following their discovery in Western Australia in 1697, black swans came to symbolise events that challenged perceived wisdom and re-shaped the world.
The McLaren Sports Series is the black swan moment for the sports car, with its unique combination of high performance, outstanding luxury and race derived technical innovation. No other competitor offers lightweight and strong carbon fibre chassis construction, incredibly striking dihedral doors or as much horsepower in a sports car weighing so little. And no other sports car is as exciting to drive.
The latest in the Sports Series range, the McLaren 570GT adds extra comfort and practicality to breathtaking performance. Every bit a McLaren, it’s optimised for the road and makes the ultimate sports car experience one that’s perfect for daily use, longer journeys and weekends away.
Designed for the driver who wants an ultra-high performance car yet still needs luxury touches and superior levels of comfort and refinement for longer journeys. For all its comfort and luxury, the 570GT is a thoroughbred sports car. The carbon-fibre chassis, lightweight aluminium body and a twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V8 engine contribute to an outstanding power-to-weight ratio.
Like every McLaren road car, carbon fibre sits at the core of the 650S. Stiff, strong and incredibly light, the MonoCell provides a solid platform for optimum chassis dynamics, ultra-responsive steering and exceptional ride comfort. Three adaptive chassis modes specially tuned for the 650S exploit this duality: select Track and you’ll feel hardwired to the road surface; switch to Normal and you’ll be almost entirely isolated from it.
Experience the raw adrenaline of the McLaren 675LT, the lightest, most driver-focused, most exclusive series-production McLaren supercar ever built. Inspired by the 1997 McLaren F1 GTR ‘Longtail’, it deploys motorsport-developed technology to create the most extreme driving experience of any McLaren series-production supercar. More power, less weight, more precision – nothing has escaped our attention in the quest for perfection on both road and track.
The McLaren 675LT propels driving enjoyment to an entirely new dimension.
McLaren 720S Coupe
McLaren 720S Coupe
The new McLaren 720S embodies our relentless quest to push the limits of possibility. Lighter, stronger, faster – and full of technology previously only imaginable in the hypercar category – it will engage your senses, and recalibrate the way a car can make you feel. Prepare to challenge your previous expectations. Prepare to raise your limits.
McLAREN 570S Spider
McLAREN 570S Spider
The new 570S Spider shares the same 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine and lightweight carbon fibre MonoCell II chassis as the 570S Coupe and GT, its retractable hardtop roof adding the exhilaration of open top driving to its supercar performance.
Behind the cockpit, two protective buttresses remain in position whether the roof is up or down. An extended rear spoiler adds an extra downforce, keeping performance and handling at the same high level as the Coupé. Despite the advanced mechanism that makes the roof completely disappear into the car, 52L of luggage space is available at the rear when the roof is up. Another 150L is at the front, making the Spider an ideal choice for that long weekend away.