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Gold- Plated McLaren at Dortmund MY Show

Published by on Nov 10th, 2010, No Comments

After making an appearance at the Tuning World Bodensee in May, the McLaren SLR 999 is off to wow folks at the Dortmund MY CAR tuning show, which will take place from 11-14 November. If you get to lay eyes on this offering from the famed motor company, prepare to really and truly be dazzled. The vehicle is adorned with a gold-plated finish of more than 5 kg.

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McLaren Mulls Over Rolling Out Five Trend Car in Five Years

Published by on Sep 6th, 2010, No Comments

British automaker McLaren has announced their plans to come out with one new model every year for the coming five years (this could also be a new version of an existing model). The company is aiming at a total production volume of 4,500 units.

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Time for Team Red Bull to Move On As McLaren Looks to Take Advantage

Published by on Jun 2nd, 2010, No Comments

The warring Red Bull teammates Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber need to be quick with their patch up work or otherwise close compatriots McLaren could surely use the situation to their advantage.

There have been talks about indifference between the two teammates as well as an internal division and in such a situation, the Red Bull outfit will definitely find it difficult to come up with positive results in Canada. The positive sign is that the supposed culprit Webber has shown intentions to patch up as he mentioned – We’ll probably have a difference of opinion about what happened until we go to our graves, but we’re both adults and we need to find a way of racing together. If the two cannot manage to get their relationship back on track, they won’t be sharing information as much at the next race and that, as per Jenson Button will benefit McLaren hugely.

McLaren Boss Ron Dennis Dubs Bugatti Veyron as a ‘Piece of Junk’

Published by on Apr 13th, 2010, 2 Comments

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It may be the most expensive production car in the world but for McLaren F1 Executive Chairman, Ron Dennis, the Bugatti Veyron is “a complete piece of junk.” There’s nothing about the Veyron to make Ron feel good and he says that the four-wheeler is pig ugly and cannot handle very well. He mentioned that the 16-cylinder engine is only taken out by cutting the car and this huge engine is one reason the car doesn’t do well around corners. Dennis recollected how the Bugatti was not able to defeat the McLaren F1 on Top Gear, though the crew was supposed to film exactly the opposite. McLaren is busy producing the MP4-12C lightweight supercar which renders 600bhp courtesy of its 3.8L twin-turbo engine but it is supposedly not the flagship variant.

McLaren Introduces MP4-12C Configurator

Published by on Apr 1st, 2010, No Comments

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The McLaren MP4-12C is being viewed as the next big thing in the world of automobiles and McLaren wants to make the experience even more entertaining. McLaren has gone ahead and introduced a new car Configurator – a program that allows the interested customers to choose from more than a dozens of options to create their own version of the race-inspired scorcher. The color options alone include 17 hues including the very vintage McLaren Orange. The exterior options include a lot of carbon fiber equipment while for the inside; the Configurator offers varieties of leather and Alcantara. Other attractions are carbon ceramic brakes, a refined exhaust and lightweight wheels.

McLaren MP4-12C Becomes Official

Published by on Mar 19th, 2010, 1 Comment

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McLaren has been a name that has mostly been heard around the F1 circuits but all this has changed with the launch of McLaren Automotive, a company that will strictly manufacture a range of super cars in the future. The company launch was accompanied by the launch of its flagship product, the MP4-12C which is touted to be a super car for a daily commute, though it can put the best ones to shame when pelted. The exact numbers are not yet known but the hopes are high as the company has its vast F1 experience to make the super car achieve astounding feats. The revealed details are that the MP4-12C rear-wheel driven beast will come with a 3.8-liter V8 engine capable of producing 600 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.

McLaren MP4-12C Supercar Delayed for US Debut

Published by on Nov 3rd, 2009, 1 Comment

McLaren MP4-12C Supercar

Back in September we broke it that McLaren is working on a new supercar dubbed MP4-12C to be the successor of the McLaren F1, but we just caught wind that there are issues with actually bringing it to US dealer shops. Competing with the likes of Porsche 911 Turbo or the Ferrari 456 Italia, which already have a good presence in the US, the new MP4-12C was supposed to make its public debut at the LA Show in December, but the company pulled out of that one leaving us drooling over the  powerful 3.8-litre twin turbo that outputs around 608hp and 600 Nm of torque. A more probable release date is expected to be announced for mid-2010. [via ]

McLaren MP4-12C Supercar (Codename P11) Initial Details

Published by on Sep 7th, 2009, 1 Comment

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The ‘Road Edition’ Successor to the McLaren F1 Supercar has finally been revealed and the scorcher earlier recognized as McLaren P11 has finally been christened as McLaren MP4-12C. The MP4-12C which will be revealed by McLaren in a couple of days, will directly compete with the likes of Porsche 911 Turbo and the Ferrari 456 Italia. This stunner will be powered by a worthy 6.0-liter V8 petrol engine assisted by 7-speed gearbox which will produce somewhere between 600 and 700 horses. Despite its Supercar categorization, it will still feature an onboard computer, WiFi connection and a self adjusting suspension ensuring that this beast has an everyday usability as well. Once debuted, McLaren will further develop this brand with three more models in the next six years.

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