• McLaren has been busy with news of a duo of specially designed boutique vehicles. First came news of the US$2 million P1 GTR, followed by a Special Operations version of the 650S. Debuting at Pebble Beach this week, the duo will now be joined by a track-focused racer in the form of the 650S Sprint.
  • No one could accuse Mclaren of being lazy lately. On top of the 650S Special Edition that wowed Goodwood, the British manufacturer has also shown the world the GT3 racer that will replace the 12C's GT3 edition.
  • McLaren Automotive has announced that it will make available 50 bespoke examples of its exotic 650S sports car after positive reaction to its MSO 650S coupe concept. Available in both coupe and spider versions, the MSO 650S will debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this year.
  • Specialized vehicles, sporting varying degrees of aesthetic and performance modifications, are one way automakers keep their products fresh in the global eye. This makeover technique is exactly what McLaren’s Special Operations (MSO) has done with the menacing, all-black MSO 650S Coupe Concept.
  • As the New York Auto Show gets ready to wrap up, one boutique supercar manufacturer chose an intimate space away from the show to debut its latest creation. McLaren’s North American debut of the 650S might have been low-key, but the new offerings more than compensated for the understated affair.
  • McLaren has taken the wraps off an open-aired version of its new 650S supercar. Officially unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show today, the 650S Spider may well have stolen a bit of the limelight from its hard topped sibling.
  • Faster than an F1 and a 12C, McLaren has just released performance details around its new 641 hp 650S – and they are impressive. Appearing in Geneva next week, the new US$265,000 supercar delivers a top speed of 333 km/h (207 mph) and the ability to hit 200 km/h (124 mph) in only 8.4 seconds.
  • McLaren has surprised the world by releasing full details and images of its latest supercar ahead of the Geneva Auto Show next month. The new 641 hp 650S appears to reside in a special place somewhere between McLaren’s “affordable” 12C and the stratospheric supercar realm of the P1.