McLaren is one of those rare car manufacturers that puts a premium on luxury and performance. The company has a strong link with its Formula 1 team and uses this to transfer racing technology into mind blowing road cars.
McLaren offers a range of models that includes the entry level 540C, the 570GT and the flagship Speedtail. Pricing starts at $208,500 for the GT and $237,500 for the hybrid Artura. The McLaren 720S is the fastest car the company has ever built and can smash 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and 124mph in 10.5 seconds.
This is the ultimate McLaren for a driver who loves to destroy lap times. Named after McLaren F1 driver Ayrton Senna, the track focused hypercar is built to destroy lap records with downforce numbers up there with race cars.
It is the first McLaren to be offered with a battery electric drive system and can accelerate to 250+ mph. It also has an incredible power to weight ratio of 684 horsepower per tonne making it the most aerodynamically efficient McLaren ever.
McLaren’s newest model has been a big hit with buyers and has made a name for itself as the fastest road-legal convertible in production. It offers a perfect balance of practicality and day-to-day usability while still providing a mind blowing driving experience.
While the 570GT adds more comfort, the 570S is the most fun you can have with your money. With a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 and a rip-snorting seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, the 570S is a supercar that can easily go head to head with many of the more expensive cars on this list.
The 570S GT MSO Cabbeen Collection was built to celebrate the brand’s relationship with China and features a special edition paint job. There are six cars in the series with three distinct themes including Muriwai, a tribute to Bruce McLaren’s early New Zealand racing exploits; Papaya Spark, honoring his victory at the 1975 Le Mans; and Sarthe Grey, commemorating McLaren’s win at the 1995 Belgian Grand Prix.
McLaren’s bespoke division, MSO, gave the 600LT a Pikes Peak makeover to mark its appearance at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed. This is one of only six cars produced and features an MSO Bespoke Anniversary Orange finish to match the color of the car that won the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix. The car is commissioned by McLaren London and has other unique touches such as an MSO Bespoke roof scoop and 10-spoke ultra-lightweight gloss black wheels. mclaren cars for sale