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Set to be the undoubted star of the Geneva motor show next month will be the McLaren Senna, the British brand's new £750,000 hypercar.
Major changes at McLaren are to see the separate sports car manufacturing and Formula One race team companies merged into a single entity.
McLaren has announced a third body style for its entry-level Sports Series range. The convertible 570S Spider joins the existing Coupe and GT models.
McLaren Automotive has released a second design sketch of its forthcoming ‘Hyper-GT’, codenamed the McLaren BP23 and a successor to the iconic McLaren F1.
The Geneva motor show is generally regarded as the best motor show in the world, and this year's event certainly lived up to the reputation.
An eagerly awaited unveiling at the 2017 Geneva show is the McLaren 720S. The 650S replacement is the first second-generation Super Series model.
McLaren will unveil the second generation of its core Super Series line at the Geneva show in March, built around a lighter carbon fibre monocoque.
McLaren Automotive has built the 10,000th car at its factory, five years after completing its first car and less than two after achieving 5,000 cars built.
The 570S is the first McLaren sports car, as opposed to supercar, but for the £143,000 price tag one still gets a true McLaren.
McLaren is to hark back to its iconic F1 model with a three-seat supercar, of which only 106 will be made. All have been sold at a rumoured £2m each.
Supercar manufacturer McLaren Automotive has achieved a great deal in the six years since it was created, and the pace is only getting faster...
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