Achieving velocity that has never before been possible in a McLaren was implied, simply by the name “Speedtail.” But for the latest and most exclusive member of the road-going Ultimate Series, it’s about much more than that.
Ultimate collector cars are showcased across the Monterey Peninsula every August; but for a lucky few, they may end up taking them home.
In keeping true to its promise of extending the “LT” line of performance road cars, McLaren has unveiled the new 600LT as the flagship of the Sports Series.
McLaren Special Operations exists solely to execute the things that customers simply dream possible. From entirely one-off models like the X-1, to paint samples that match anything in your imagination, the exclusive branch of McLaren’s road car company has had a hand in some of the most radical creations in the modern supercar market.
With the anticipation of springtime running at its highest, McLaren Philadelphia is excited to announce our first “Supercars on Sunday” event on March 18, 2018.
Enjoy a meet-up of the areas finest McLarens and exotics. Plenty of parking will be made available for spectators at the building next to our showroom. VIP, frontline parking will be made available for McLaren customers.
McLaren Philadelphia will provide complimentary coffee and tea and a donut food truck will be on-site for additional breakfast item purchases.
Please join us for a jumpstart of the 2018 season with McLaren Philadelphia!
The luxury automotive sector has long established that the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is the premier showcase of collector cars spanning both niches and decades. Because of its credibility, it has become the standard to aspire to for every other automotive Concours, but few may ever meet the challenge.
As one of the most important global motor shows on the calendar, the Geneva Motor Show typically gets the best of the best from every automaker. The stage is set for each performance car company’s attempt to one-up the display next to them.
In the hyper-competitive industry of performance cars, superlatives are short-lived. When brands unleash a new supercar claiming to be the fastest in its rich history, it’s hardly a feat – it’s just striving to keep up before it’s soon replaced at the top again.
McLaren’s road cars have juggled usability and ultimate performance, and done so admirably, as to limit compromise along the way.
When rumors swirled around the codenamed “P15” being more track-focused than anything else, it sounded like a foray into an unfamiliar segment. Committing to that singular focus would inevitably redirect attention away from what makes a McLaren so appealing. It’s accessible performance and a balanced everyday driving experience, but throughout history, McLaren’s biggest achievements have truly come by putting all hands on deck at the circuit.
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.