A recent video uploaded to YouTube shows what happens after a skateboarder decides to smash the windshield of a $250,000 McLaren 12C. Hide your children, for supercar carnage lies ahead.
In yet another case study in how cars are imported into the United States, a strange letter from McLaren makes it appear that the company could by trying to keep imported 12Cs out of the country in an effort to control supply. That, or American auto import regulations are even more absurd than you think.
K-PAX Racing is using the McLaren 12C GT3 to race in the 2014 Pirelli World Challenge. But they shouldn't need an occasion to put their livery on the McLaren, because it's incredibly beautiful.
Ask any cop, any real cop: no police department is truly complete without a British mid-engined Ferrari-fighting supercar. Now, the Dubai Police, having done without this necessary crime fighting tool for so long, finally get their own.
McLaren owners who live in the southern part of the U.S. should listen. Think you'll be able to use your wipers if it's both damp and hot outside? Try again.
There isn't a lot of point to doors that open up and away like the famous Lamborghini scissor doors or Mercedes gullwing ones. And there's absolutely no good reason they should be modified onto a Dodge Charger. No one wants to see that.
The McLaren F1 was a car, but it isn't built anymore. The MP4-12C is a car, and it is built now. And MotorWeek got their hands on it. Excellent.
If you thought the McLaren MP4 wasn't focused on performance enough, McLaren's GT group has spilled more details about the made-for-the-track version of the supercar, the 12C GT Sprint.
Just the other day, we received a big old poster from the fine folks over at Microsoft with a picture of a lovely McLaren P1. There was no explanation, other than a small note on the back that we'll see "our frame in motion on September 19th." Now we know what's up.
We knew it was bound to happen sooner or later, didn't we?
The 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 might lose the manual gearbox, but it gains a 9,000 RPM redline, a retuned PDK, and rear-wheel steering. People I know that have driven it say it's the best car they've ever been in. But how does it compare on road and track to the McLaren 12C and Nissan GT-R? Let's find out.
They go on a road trip through the Alps and I die of happiness oh jeez I'm hyperventilating so much amazingness. (H/T!)
Yesterday we said that the McLaren MP4-12C would have more power in 2014. McLaren just called and said that there will be "no power increase for model year 2014." I spoke to the other journo that was with me and he also heard there was more power for 2014, guess it was a miscommunication.
The McLaren MP4-12C is already an unbelievable driving experience and one of the fastest cars money can buy. And for 2014, it's getting more powwwerrrrrr. (Update: Actually not.)
I can't tell you how much a Monteverdi High Speed 375/4 costs, because they're so rare I've never heard of one going to auction. And here's one that just crashed into a McLaren 12C Spider.
Do you own a McLaren 12C Spider? Do you hate its subtle styling, reminiscent of classic car design of the 1960s and '70s? Great! You can pay Gemballa $35,000 to ruin it for you.
This McLaren 12c reportedly caught on fire at a race this week. We know McLaren wanted to compete with Ferrari, but maybe they shouldn't have been so rigorous.
If someone handed me the keys to a 207 mph supercar, I know where I’d end up: jail.
Evo Magazine's Nick Trott just got himself a McLaren MP4-12C with some miles on its clock as a daily driver from Woking for the next six month. While we keep waiting for our phone to ring, think about the car for a second, and tell Nick what you would do with it.