LEGO presents a miniature version of the expensive and elusive McLaren Elva. This 263-piece kit does a nice job capturing the spirit of the open-cockpit performance car, and won’t demolish your bank account. In addition to the sweet blue ride, it includes a McLaren driver minifig with a race suit, helmet, and a wrench.
If you’re fortunate enough to own a McLaren 765LT, you should be happy that it produces 765 hp at the rear wheels already. But if that’s not enough, Hennessey will be happy to boost its engine’s output to 1000 hp, resulting in a 0-to-60 time of 2.1 sec. In addition to the tune, the upgrade includes a high-flow exhaust system.
Building on their racing and road car experience, McLaren’s Artura is a supercar with a hybrid powertrain. It’s built on a carbon fiber architecture and weighs just 3303 lb. Its twin-turbo V6 and electric motor make 671 hp, launching the car from 0-to-62 mph in 3.0 sec and 0-to-124 mph in 8.3 sec, towards a top speed of 205 mph.
Developed by McLaren’s Special Operations division, this U.S. exclusive supercar is the most powerful non-hybrid road car they’ve ever made. It packs a twin-turbo V8 that produces 824 hp and 590 lb-ft. of torque, and can hit a top speed of 218 mph. Just 15 of the cars are being made, and they’re already sold out of course.
In a race to become the first in the industry to build a car body from 3D-printed parts, car customizer 1016 Industries revealed its prototype McLaren 720S widebody. Known for its carbon fiber parts, 1016 used computational fluid dynamics to model parts and build a drivable car. The production carbon fiber kit drops in 2021.
McLaren’s MSO customization division has created the ultimate motorsport look for its incredible Elva supercar. This very special version of the 804 hp lightweight racer looks incredible in the classic blue and orange Gulf livery that was an icon of 1960 and 1970s McLaren racing.
The latest in McLaren’s “Longtail” series, the 765LT packs a twin-turbo V8 making 755 bhp and 590 lb-ft. of torque, and cuts 176 lb of weight from the already damned-fast 720S coupe. Combined with an optimized transmission, upgraded aero, and titanium quad exhaust, it’ll dash from 0 to 62 in 2.8 sec, and 0 to 124 mph in 7.2 sec.
McLaren’s exclusive roadster was inspired by Bruce McLaren’s minimal 1960s racers. The carbon fiber two-seater is the lightest production car they’ve ever made, but still packs an 804bhp turbo V8 to rocket it to 62 mph in less than 3 seconds, and 124 mph in 6.7 seconds. Just 399 of the cars will be made, starting at $1.67 million each.
McLaren previously released a pint-sized version of its P1, and now they’re showing off an even more accurate mini 720S. This sports coupe for kids doesn’t have 700+ hp, but the battery-powered car makes realistic sounds on acceleration, and has working headlights and brake lights. It’ll sell for about $399.
Performance car expert McLaren is now applying their design and engineering to eyewear. The sleek glasses are made using titanium. Higher-end models are 3D printed from the material, and can be custom printed to fit the wearer’s face. They’ll also offer a new Leica sun lens, with types for driving, skiing, sailing, city life, or golf.
McLaren offers up its take on the grand tourer. The mid-engined, RWD sports car offers a refined and comfortable ride and space for 20.1 cu ft. of luggage, while still bringing the power – 612 bhp via a 4.0L twin-turbo V8, hitting 124mph in just 9 sec, with a top speed of 203 mph.
LEGO and McLaren worked together to make a life-size model of the Senna supercar based on the Speed Champions’ color scheme. The model is made of 467,854 pieces and took 30 people 2,725 hours to build. It has functioning lights, doors, and infotainment system.
McLaren’s potent yet composed 710 hp road and track beast now offers a variant that can open its top in 11 seconds, letting you feel the breeze from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds, and tangling your hair on its way to a face-melting top speed of 212 mph (202 with the top down).
A track-focused, yet street-legal production car from UK supercar and race specialist McLaren, the Senna rocks a 789hp twin-turbo V8, a carbon fiber structure, a massive wing out back, and a race-focused active suspension. Weighing in at just 2,641 lb, it’s sure to be insanely fast.
Like its coupe brother, the 570S Spyder packs a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 that sends 562 hp to the rear wheels. The retractable hardtop variant gains very little weight, stays just as rigid, and still does 0 to 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds, and hits 204mph (top up) or 196mph (top down).
Director Roger Donaldson’s documentary tells the story of the late, great Bruce McLaren, the man who started from humble beginnings, and went on to found the incredible McLaren Motor Racing team, leaving behind a true motorsports legacy after his death at age 32.
A very special edition of the already very special 675 hp sports coupe. This lightweight model from McLaren Special Operations gets 40% more of its body panels made from gloss-coated carbon fiber, and looks fantastic. Want one? Too bad. They’re already sold out.
McLaren takes its awesome 570S and turns it into a refined grand tourer. It’s easier to enter and exit, has power seats, a panoramic glass roof, a side-opening rear hatch, increased storage, and more. It’s still got a 570hp twin-turbo V8, and can do 0-62mph in 3.4 seconds.
The Supercar Driver has pulled off the impossible: gathering the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder in one place. They were able to pull it off thanks to Paul Bailey, the high roller who owns one of each hybrid supercar. Place your bets!