Yes, but it's a $1.6 million piece of junk that can likely leave your new super car sucking wind in a straight line. [ArabianBusinesss]
The F1 was the fastest production car for over a decade. Here is video from the cockpit on March 31, 1998, when the McLaren recorded its highest speed ever.
'Form follows Function' is the defining design philosophy underlying styling, engineering and packaging of every McLaren road car. The same's true for McLaren's F1 car. The perfect example? The gorgeous function-first pedal design. What's your favorite set of clutch/slow/go pads?
Somewhere, an exchange like the following has to have occurred. We're sure of it.
Last night we brought you first photos of the McLaren MP4-12C, the super car successor to the vaunted McLaren F1. Now we've got a mega-load of new pictures and very, very complete details.
Normally we take some amusement in super car infernos, but this McLaren F1 fire in Santa Rosa, California makes us sick to our stomachs. A marvelous thoroughbred shouldn't die like this, never like this.
The crew was spotted at Alain Airport on a police-closed road doing their Top Gear thing. It's assumed the team will be comparing the latest crop of super-supercars against the thoroughbred McLaren F1, which is inarguably a high-water mark of the craft. Considering the closed road they're on is almost two miles long,…
Whether an engine or a steering wheel, parts-sharing is an easy way for manufacturers to save money. Still, many car owners may be surprised by what parts get shared. Here's 12 unlikely examples.
Gordon Murray designed his McLaren F1 to be lightweight and functional, having everything designed under those rules even the custom Kenwood audio system. One of the very few things not specifically designed for the F1 were the standard door mounted mirrors from the VW Corrado. The third VW in the group should give…
This mess was found at the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance. We're wondering what to call it; a Mclarenzbo? Revenzo F1? Or Maybe McFerrarenzenton? Regardless, it's delightfully tacky and we love it for its blatant ugliness.
Proving that vintage Italian iron isn't the only automotive investment to command multi-million dollar returns, a 1997 McLaren F1 supercar hit the equivalent of $4 million at a recent London RM auction. The British-built McLaren was once the fastest car in the world, and retailed for about a million in the late 1990s.…
For the last several weeks we've been sticking with the classics. Cars like the Facel Vega HK500, Mercedes-Benz 300 SL and the all-conquering Bugatti Royale — vehicles that aren't so much pure fantasy as they are automotive high water marks. This week we're turning our attention to a modern classic, and the more…