McLaren Philadelphia and Karma of The Main Line will be on hand for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix from July 14th-16th. Join us at Schenley Park to check out our vehicle display and shop our merchandise table. Visit their website for full details on all the events taking place over the week: http://www.pvgp.org/
We thought our first 2017 McLaren Philadelphia track day had everything you could ask for. As it turns out, we forgot to ask for just one more thing.
We should have gotten a McLaren F1.
Radnor Hunt Councours d’Elegance is more than a car show. It is a fundraiser and international exhibition of One Hundred Classic Cars and Motorcycles with elegant lines and often elegant lineage to match. Join the RDS Automotive Group at Radnor Hunt on September 9th as we display vehicles from all of our dealerships.
The RDS Automotive Group will be displaying vehicles from all of our dealerships at this year’s Chester County Sheriff’s Car Show on August 18th. Stay tuned for more information.
25 years in the automotive industry is plenty enough for the landscape to change several times over. From the top down, technology has pushed what is feasible in a road car package.
But not much has been done to duplicate what the McLaren F1 brought 25 years ago.
We are excited to announce our annual Road Rally will be returning this year on Sunday, June 11th! Mark your calendars and stayed tuned for more information regarding the event.
McLaren Philadelphia is proud to unveil the brand new 2017 McLaren 720S! Join us on the Cira Green Rooftop Park in Philadelphia as we show off the 720S for the first time. More information to come.
The Geneva Motor Show is not really the place to come with subtle yearly refreshes and facelifts, it demands the newest and very best each brand has to offer. Porsche and McLaren had these projects in the works for years, but 2017 was the culmination and assembly of these ideas in one place.
Performance cars are climbing and climbing to what seems like an inevitable plateau, which makes the ridiculous numbers associated with them seem less and less impressive each year. But if there’s any battlefield to truly fight for the industry’s attention, it’s the Geneva Motor Show.
The Swiss show centralizes the top European brands to sculpt the landscape of the next generation of cars. That next generation, for McLaren and Porsche, aims to stave off and elevate that plateau for at least a handful of years.