McLaren Model Specs & Performance Numbers

As part of our ongoing process to organize all the information on Supercars.net, we pulled together the most important specs and performance numbers into one easy to read table. You will find everything from McLaren model years to top level models as well as engine type and classification, power numbers and torque figures. We also have performance numbers like acceleration times and top speed.


CarFull DescriptionBrandCurrent or LegacyModel TypeModel Top LevelBase Price (Current)EnginePower (bhp)Torque (ft lbs)Top Speed (mph)Top Speed (kmh)0-60 mph time (sec)0-100 mph (sec)0-124 mph (sec)1/4 Mile (sec)DecadeYearProduction Years
McLaren MP4-12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-12c/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-12C-1024×1024.jpgCutting-edge carbon-fiber composite structure, trick suspension that is part luxury part race car. You could drive the 12C supercar every day. Launched with 592bhp and later upgraded to 616bhp.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/~US$250,5003.8L M838T twin-turbo V8616 bhp @ 7,000 rpm442.5 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpm205 mph330 kmh3.3 secN/AN/A10.9 sec201020112011 – 2014
McLaren MP4-12C Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-12c/mclaren-12c-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-12C-Spiders-1024×1024.jpgThe inevitable convertible version of the MP4-12C supercar. With the same lightweight engine developing 616 bhp and unique folding roof system and carbon ‘MonoCell’ chassis identical to that of the 12C.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/~US$250,5003.8L M838T twin-turbo V8616 bhp @ 7,000 rpm442.5 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpm204 mph328 kmh3.1 secN/AN/A10.8 sec201020122012 – 2014
McLaren 50 MP4-12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-50-12c-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-50-12C.png50 Cars. The McLaren 50 12C and 12C Spider were built to celebrate our 50th anniversary in 2013, with 50 examples of each body style produced. The special edition featured a new part-carbon front bumper that boosted downforce, carbon ceramic brakes and lightweight wheels finished in satin black. The cabin was upholstered in full leather and carried a special anniversary plate to celebrate the anniversary.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8616 bhp @ 7,000 rpm442.5 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpm205 mph330 kmh3.3 secN/AN/A10.9 sec201020132013
McLaren 50 MP4-12C Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-50-12c-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-50-12C.png50 Cars. The McLaren 50 12C and 12C Spider were built to celebrate our 50th anniversary in 2013, with 50 examples of each body style produced. The special edition featured a new part-carbon front bumper that boosted downforce, carbon ceramic brakes and lightweight wheels finished in satin black. The cabin was upholstered in full leather and carried a special anniversary plate to celebrate the anniversary.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8616 bhp @ 7,000 rpm442.5 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpm204 mph328 kmh3.1 secN/AN/A10.8 sec201020132013
McLaren 12C GT Can-Amhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-12c-gt-can-am-edition/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-MP4-12C-Can-Am-Edition.pngThe 12C GT Can-Am Edition was a dramatic track-focused car launched in 2013, paying tribute to the racers of Bruce McLaren and Denny Hulme which were extremely successful throughout the 1960s and 1970s. The one-off design study is finished in historic McLaren Orange and satin black, and is the debut appearance of a 12C racing variant outside Europe. A concept it was not subject to the racing regulations.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8616 bhp @ 7,000 rpm442.5 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpmN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020122012
McLaren 12C GT Sprinthttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-12c-gt-sprint/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-MP4-12C-GT-Sprint.jpgThe 12C GT Sprint retains many of the unique systems from the road car whilst being optimised exclusively for the race track. In 2012 McLaren took on the best that Porsche, Ferrari Audi and AMG can produce in the GT3 class of racing. Partnered with CRS Racing, McLaren offered teams a competitive package. McLaren has racing in its blood and it was a natural step to take MP4-12C road car and turn it into a GT3 car.McLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8616 bhp @ 7,000 rpm442.5 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpmN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020132012 – 2014
McLaren 12C GT3https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-mp4-12c-gt3/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-MP4-12C-GT3.pngThe McLaren 12C GT3 made its competitive debut in 2012, securing four championship titles, 60 race victories and 123 podiums with customer teams globally. The McLaren MP4-12C GT3 was the first McLaren car built for FIA GT series racing since the McLaren F1 GTR finished production in 1997. The 12C GT3 was based on the new MP4-12C.McLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren 12Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-12c/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8493 bhp @ 7,000 rpm400 ft lbs @ 3,000 rpmN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020112012 – 2014
McLaren 540Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-540c/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-540C.pngA mid-mounted 533-hp 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 drives the rear wheels of the 540C. This is McLaren’s entry level model. Despite its lower price, the 540C inherits performance-aiding technologies from its pricier siblings.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/US$184,9003.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8533 bhp @ 7,500 rpm398 ft lbs @ 3,500-6,500 rpm199 mph318 kmh3.4 secN/A10.5 sec10.9 sec201020162016 –
McLaren 570S Coupehttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-570/mclaren-570s-coupe/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mclaren-570S.pngTrue sports car experience. Driver centric with epic performance. Perfectly positioned car in the range. More performance than you could ever need on the road. Lightweight, direct steering and dynamics.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/US$191,1003.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8562 bhp @ 7,500 rpm443 ft lbs @ 5,000-6,000 rpm204 mph326 kmh3.1 secN/A9.5 sec10.7 sec201020152015 –
McLaren 570S Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-570/mclaren-570s-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mclaren-570S-Spider-1024×1024.pngMcLaren it seems has figured out how to make convertibles as good as their coupe siblings. Take the top down (15 seconds) and you add a whole host of sounds and sensations that are unique to the Spider.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/US$211,3003.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8562 bhp @ 7,500 rpm443 ft lbs @ 5,000-6,000 rpm199 mph318 kmh3.2 secN/A9.6 sec10.8 sec201020182018 –
McLaren 570GThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-570/mclaren-570gt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-570GT-1024×1024.pngAdds extra comfort and practicality to the 570 body style. Performance is still tremendous, but it takes the edge off in some ways (which is good). Every bit a McLaren, it’s optimised for the road and longer journeys.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/US$203,9503.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8562 bhp @ 7,500 rpm443 ft lbs @ 5,000-6,000 rpm204 mph326 kmh3.4 secN/A9.8 sec11.1 sec201020172017 –
McLaren 600LThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-600-lt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-600LT-1-1024×1024.pngThe ultimate version of McLaren’s 570S/GT range. 592 horsepower and 457 ft lbs of torque. The handling is perfectly balanced and reassures you. Capable of eye-watering performance it is deserving of the LT name.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/US$242,5003.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8592 bhp @ 7,500 rpm457 ft lbs @ 5,500–6,500rpm204 mph326 kmh2.9 secN/A8.2 sec10.4 sec201020192019 –
McLaren 600LT Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-600-lt/mclaren-600lt-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mclaren-600LT-Spider-1024×1024.pngA twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 with 592 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque. 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds. No shortfall in performance versus the 600LT coupe. An epic car.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/US$256,5003.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8592 bhp @ 7,500 rpm457 ft lbs @ 5,500–6,500rpm201 mph322 kmh2.9 secN/A8.4 sec10.5 sec201020192019 –
McLaren 570GT MSO Cabbeenhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-570gt-mso-cabbeen-collection/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-570GT-MSO-Cabbeen-1024×1024.png6 Cars. McLaren built the 570GT MSO Cabbeen Collection as a China-only model. The company made five of the cars that appeared at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show in China. Now, there is a sixth car that made its American debut at the Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig celebration in Los Angeles. McLaren Special Operations and Mr. Cabbeen, a Chinese fashion designer teamed up to build the bespoke models.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/N/A3.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020182018
McLaren 570S SprintMcLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/N/A3.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020162016 –
McLaren 570S GT4https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-570s-gt4/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-570S-GT4.pngThe 570S GT4 is based on the 570S Coupe from the McLaren Sports Series. The model is homologated to full GT4 specification, and is sold in a ready-to-race configuration, eligible for all GT4-regulated series globally. It is also the model that is used for the newly launched for Pure McLaren GT Series.McLarenCurrentRaceMcLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/N/A3.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020162016 –
McLaren ‘Racing Through The Ages’ Commissionhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/racing-through-the-ages/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/%E2%80%98Racing-Through-the-Ages%E2%80%99.png6 Cars. Distinct themes represent significant periods of McLaren’s racing history. Featuring a 570S Coupe and 570S Spider in each theme for a total of six cars. The collection features three distinct themes: Muriwai, which celebrates Bruce McLaren’s early racing exploits in New Zealand; Papaya Spark, which honours victories in orange during the ’60s and 70s; and lastly, Sarthe Grey, inspired by McLaren’s Le Mans victory in 1995.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/N/A3.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020182018
McLaren 650S Coupéhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-650s/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-650S-1024×1024.jpgThe front bumper gives the McLaren 650S a dramatic, yet clean appearance that makes the 12C look plain. It is also quicker, more assertive and dynamically better than the 12C.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/~US$265,5003.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm207 mph333 kmh3.0 sec5.7 sec8.4 sec10.5 sec201020142014 – 2016
McLaren 650S Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-650s/mclaren-650s-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-650S-Spider.jpgMechanically identical to the 650S Coupé, fitted with the M838T twin turbo V8 engine, producing 641 bhp and 500 lb ft. This means a sub 3.0 second sprint to 60 mph, identical to the Coupé.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/~US$265,5003.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm204 mph329 kmh3.0 sec5.8 sec8.6 sec10.6 sec201020142014 – 2016
McLaren 675LT Coupéhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-675lt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-675LT.jpgA lighter, faster and more hardcore version of the McLaren 650S. Track-focused but still absolutely scintillating on the road. Nothing less than one of the greatest automotive experiences ever.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/~US$345,0003.8L M838T twin-turbo V8666 bhp @ 7,100 rpm515 ft lbs @ 5,500 – 6,500 rpm205 mph330 kmh2.9 sec5.5 sec7.9 sec10.3 sec201020152016 – 2017
McLaren 675LT Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-675lt/mclaren-675lt-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-675LT-Spider.jpgWith the same 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 as the Coupe with its 666hp and 516 ft lbs of torque. Reaching 60 mph from a standstill takes just 2.9 seconds, making it a tenth of a second faster the 488 Spider. Game on.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/~US$350,0003.8L M838T twin-turbo V8666 bhp @ 7,100 rpm515 ft lbs @ 5,500 – 6,500 rpm205 mph330 kmh2.9 sec5.6 sec8.1 sec10.4 sec201020162016 – 2017
McLaren 650S Can-Am Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-650s/mclaren-650s-can-am-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-650S-Can-Am-Spider-1024×1024.jpg50 Cars. Made to honor McLaren’s five back-to-back drivers’ titles in the Canadian-American Challenge Cup from 1967 to 1971. The 650S Can-Am features unique carbon fibre bodywork, Can-Am-inspired forged alloy wheels, a bespoke polished stainless steel exhaust, and Papaya Spark, Mars Red and Onyx Black exterior colour schemes.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm207 mph333 kmh3.0 sec5.6 sec8.6 sec10.6 sec201020152015 – 2016
McLaren 650S Le Manshttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-650s-le-mans/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-650S-Le-Mans-1024×1024.png50 Cars. Built to celebrate the 20th anniversary of McLaren’s win at the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 650S Le Mans pays tribute to the McLaren F1 GTR. A comprehensive design was created in consultation with Peter Stevens, the man who designed the McLaren F1 alongside Gordon Murray. It also has unique lightweight wheels inspired by the motorsport-specification rims of the original race car.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm207 mph333 kmh3.0 sec5.7 sec8.4 sec10.5 sec201020152015 – 2016
McLaren MSO HShttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-mso-hs/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-MSO-HS-1024×1024.png25 Cars. The 679-horsepower MSO HS (for High Sport) and it’s ridiculous. For context, the McLaren MSO HS sits squarely between the McLaren 675LT and the mighty McLaren P1. The MSO HS is based on the McLaren 650S and is limited to just 25 example. The biggest differences appear in the body. The roof, hood, front bumper, and wing – which is inspired by the McLaren P1 GTR – are all made out of carbon fiber. We love the McLaren F1 inspired roof air-scoop.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm207 mph333 kmh3.0 sec5.7 sec8.4 sec10.5 sec201020162016 – 2017
McLaren MSO 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-mso-650s-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-MSO-650S-1024×1024.png50 Cars. Based on the MSO 650S Coupe Concept, the MSO 650S is a limited edition restricted to just 50 cars, with a myriad of styling and performance upgrades. Carbon fibre detailing includes extended MSO door ‘blades’ to enhance airflow and a more aggressive rear diffuser. It wears 10-spoke ultra-lightweight alloy wheels held in place with titanium wheel bolts, while the cabin receives extensive carbon fibre detailing.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm207 mph333 kmh3.0 sec5.7 sec8.4 sec10.5 sec201020142014 – 2017
McLaren MSO 650S SpiderMcLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8641 bhp @ 7,250 rpm500 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm204 mph329 kmh3.0 sec5.8 sec8.6 sec10.6 sec201020142014 – 2017
McLaren MSO Carbon Series LThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-mso-carbon-series-lt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-MSO-Carbon-Series-LT.png25 Cars. Based on the 675LT Spider, the Carbon Series LT was produced in response to requests from McLaren customers captivated by the visual carbon fibre bodied McLaren P1. Staying true to the ‘Longtail’ ethos, the MSO Carbon Series LT was developed with a focus on light weight and optimised aerodynamic performance. Applying gloss carbon fibre to the entire body of the car further extends its appeal to bring a brutal beauty to the existing 675LT Spider body.McLarenLegacyLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8666 bhp @ 7,100 rpm515 ft lbs @ 5,500 – 6,500 rpm205 mph330 kmh2.9 sec5.5 sec7.9 sec10.3 sec201020162016 – 2017
McLaren 650S GT3https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-650s-gt3/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-650S-GT3.jpgThe McLaren 650S GT3 is one of the latest generation track-focused racers, designed and optimised to contest GT3 championships. Making its competitive debut with customer teams from 2015, it builds on the highly successful 12C GT3. The 650S GT3 offers optimised aerodynamics and enhanced levels of driver engagement.McLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8600 bhp443 ft lbsN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020152015 – 2017
McLaren 650S Sprinthttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-650s-sprint/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-650S-Sprint-1024×1024.pngThe 650S Sprint is an evolution of the successful 12C GT Sprint, and moves the game on as the 650S roadcar has done. The 650S Sprint is an easier car to fully exploit and enjoy for a driver, and the levels of engagement and refinement have been optimised. The development programme for the car was extensive.McLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren 650Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-650s/N/A3.8L M838T twin-turbo V8600 bhp443 ft lbsN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020152015 – 2017
McLaren 720Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-720s/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mclaren-720S-1024×1024.pngThe McLaren 720S is a sensational supercar, easily the best of the current breed. It has a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 that produces 710 horsepower and 568 ft lbs of torque. It looks gorgeous too. Best supercar on sale today, bar none.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 720Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-720s/US$300,0004.0L M840T twin-turbo V8710 bhp @ 7,500 rpm568 ft lbs @ 6,500 rpm212 mph342 kmh2.9 sec5.5 sec7.8 sec10.1 sec201020182018 –
McLaren 720S Spiderhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-720s/mclaren-720s-spider/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-720S-Spider-1-1024×1024.pngA convertible variant of the 720S which comes with a folding hard top. The Spider retains the same DNA as the Coupe, utilizing a modified version of its carbon fibre tub chassis to accommodate the folding roof and its mechanism.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren 720Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-720s/US$315,0004.0L M840T twin-turbo V8710 bhp @ 7,500 rpm568 ft lbs @ 6,500 rpm212 mph342 kmh2.9 sec5.6 sec7.9 sec10.3 sec201020192019 –
McLaren 720S GT3https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-720s-gt3/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-720S-GT3-1.pngThe 720S GT3 elevates the extreme performance of the Super Series model to world-class track pace – accessible to professional and amateur drivers alike. The latest GT3 challenger is undergoing an intensive and extensive track testing programme throughout 2018, and will compete with customer teams at some of the most demanding GT races.McLarenCurrentRaceMcLaren 720Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-720s/N/A4.0L M840T twin-turbo V8N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A201020192019 –
McLaren 720S Spa 68 Collectionhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-mso/mclaren-720s-spa-68/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-720S-Spa-68-1024×1024.png3 Cars. To commemorate 50 years since Bruce McLaren secured the first Grand Prix victory for McLaren, the company will build a limited edition 720S Spa 68 Collection model. McLaren Brussels commissioned only three of the cars, and no more will be built. Feature a Bespoke Anniversary Orange paint job to match the car that won the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.McLarenCurrentLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 720Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-720s/N/A4.0L M840T twin-turbo V8710 bhp @ 7,500 rpm568 ft lbs @ 6,500 rpm212 mph342 kmh2.9 sec5.5 sec7.8 sec10.1 sec201020182018 –
McLaren F1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-f1/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-F1-1024×1024.jpgThe McLaren F1 is world’s best supercar. Its top speed of 240 mph puts much of even today’s supercar crowd to shame, and ergonomic features like the driver-centered, three-seat cockpit have rarely been seen since.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren F1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-f1/N/ABMW 70/2 60 Degree V12627.1 bhp @ 7,400 rpm479.0 ft lbs @ 5,600 rpm240 mph386 kmh3.2 sec6.7 sec9.4 secN/A199019931993 – 1998
McLaren F1 LMhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-f1/mclaren-f1-lm/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-F1-LM.pngThe F1 LM features the 1995 GTR engine without air restrictors. 18 inch magnesium wheels 76 kgs lighter than the standard F1. Upgraded aerodynamics & gearbox. All 5 LM’s were painted Papaya Orange.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren F1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-f1/N/ABMW 70/2 60 Degree V12668.0 bhp @ 7,800 rpm520.0 ft lbs @ 4,500 rpm225 mph362 kmh2.9 sec6.7 sec9.1 secN/A199019951995 – 1996
McLaren F1 GThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-f1/mclaren-f1-gt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-F1-GT.pngMcLaren wanted to create a car with more downforce than the standard F1 with less drag than the LM version offered. The result? This F1 GT with radical new body aerodynamics.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren F1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-f1/N/ABMW 70/2 60 Degree V12627.1 bhp @ 7400 rpm480.0 ft lbs @ 5600 rpm241 mph386 kmh3.2 sec6.7 sec9.4 secN/A199019971997
McLaren F1 GTRhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-f1/mclaren-f1-gtr/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-F1-GTR.pngThe F1 GTR Race that lined up on the grid at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995 were essentially still no more than converted road cars. Indeed, the air restrictor regulations of the period meant the F1 GTR actually had less power than the production F1 it was based on. Yet against faster purpose-built sports prototypes, F1 GTRs finished the 1995 race in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 13th positions, an unprecedented result that made McLaren the only manufacturer to win the world-famous endurance race on its first attempt. It is a record we still proudly hold to this day.McLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren F1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-f1/N/ABMW 70/2 60 Degree V12636 bhp527 ft lbs225 mph362 kmhN/AN/AN/AN/A199019951995 – 1996
McLaren F1 GTR Long Tailhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-f1-gtr-long-tail/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-F1-GTR-Longtail.pngRivals responded to the dominance of the F1 GTR with purpose-built racers that were then modified just enough to create the road-going versions needed to certify them. McLaren decided to create an F1 GT road car to homologate a race version sharing the same basic form. The racer would be the ultimate evolution of the F1 GTR. Nine F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ racers were built. The F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ took victory in five of the 11 rounds of that year’s FIA GT Championship, and finished first and second in the GT1 class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.McLarenLegacyRaceMcLaren F1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-f1/N/ABMW 70/2 60 Degree V12900 bhpN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A199019971997
McLaren GThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-gt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mclaren-GT-1024×1024.pngMcLaren’s latest model it is McLaren’s answer for executives looking for a high performance luxury car. The team focused on creating space and comfort, making cross-country trips and daily driving more enjoyable.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren GThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-gt/US$210,0004.0L M840TE twin-turbo V8612 bhp @ 7,500 rpm465 ft lbs @ 5,500-6,500 rpm203 mph325 kmh3.2 secN/A9.0 secN/A202020202020 –
McLaren M6GThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-m6gt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M6GT.jpgBruce McLaren’s vision for the M6GT is the genesis for all McLaren road cars. Based on the latest race technology, the M6GT was superlight, blisteringly quick, confidence inspiring and safe.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren M6GThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-m6gt/N/AChevrolet 90º V8370 bhp @ 5,800 rpm370 ft lbs @ 5,800 rpm180 mph290 kmh3.2 sec6.7 secN/AN/A196019691969
McLaren P1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-p1/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-P1.pngLimited production run of 375. The P1 beat the hybrid hypercars from Porsche and Ferrari and showed people that hybrid hypercars could be astonishing from a performance perspective. Cool electric motor handily fill in the torque hole left by turbo lag. One of the best ever.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren P1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-p1/N/A3.8L M838TQ twin-turbo V8 + electric motor903 hp723 lb/ft217 mph347 kmh2.8 sec4.7 sec6.8 sec9.9 sec201020132013 – 2015
McLaren P1 LMhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-p1/mclaren-p1-lm/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-P1-LM.pngThis McLaren P1 LM is the wildest P1 of all. While it’ll was delivered by McLaren’s Special Operations division, it’s the work of Lanzante, the company which took the old F1 GTR to its surprise Le Mans victory in 1995. It is a track-only hypercar that was offered only to existing P1 owners. Lucky bastards.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren P1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-p1/N/A3.8L M838TQ twin-turbo V8 + electric motor986 hp774 lb/ft217 mph347 kmh2.5 sec4.7 sec6.5 sec9.8 sec201020162016 – 2017
McLaren P1 GTRhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-p1/mclaren-p1-gtr/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-P1-GTR.pngThe first McLaren to use the GTR moniker was the McLaren F1 GTR that won the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours. Without road-car regulations to hold it back, the McLaren P1 GTR was an extreme track car. It was only offered for sale to P1 owners and include participation in driving events at some of the world’s most iconic circuits with specialist vehicle support. The ultimate track focused driver’s car.McLarenLegacyProductionMcLaren P1https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-p1/N/A3.8L M838TQ twin-turbo V8 + electric motor986 hp774 lb/ft217 mph347 kmh2.5 sec4.7 sec6.5 sec9.8 sec201020152015 – 2016
McLaren Sennahttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-senna/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-Senna-1024×1024.pngNamed after Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, the McLaren Senna is a track-focused hypercar. Its aggressive appearance tells you immediately that this thing is designed to destroy lap times.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren Sennahttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-senna/US$960,0004.0 L M840TR twin-turbo V8789 bhp @ 7,250 rpm590 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm211 mph338 kmh2.8 sec5.1 sec6.8 sec9.8 sec201020192019
McLaren Speedtailhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-models/mclaren-speedtail/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Speedtail-1024×1024.pngSuccessor to the McLaren F1 (including iconic 3-seat layout). The Speedtail is a limited-production hypercar (only 106 will be built). McLaren calls it their first ever Hyper-GT. Top speed north of 250 mph.McLarenCurrentProductionMcLaren Speedtailhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-speedtail/US$2.2 millionPetrol-electric powertrain1,035 bhpN/A250 mphN/A2.9 secN/AN/AN/A201020202020
McLaren M1Ahttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m1a/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M1A.pngBuilding on the success of the ‘Zerex Special’, Mclaren made a production run of Group 7 racecars known as the McLaren Mark 1 or M1A. The M1A used a spaceframe chassis with a tuned version of the aluminum Oldsmobile V8.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M1Bhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m1b/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M1B.pngIn 1965, McLaren introduced the M1B for Group 7 (and later, Can-Am) competition. The M1B was an evolution of its earlier M1A, and during Can-Am’s 1966 debut season it would deliver lessons for McLaren’s later dominance.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M1Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m1c/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M1C.pngThe McLaren M1C was the final development of the M1 and total of 25 M1C’s were produced with most of the cars ending up in the USA or Canada for the Can-Am challenge.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M6Bhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m6b/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M6B-1.pngInitially built with an Oldsmobile V8, it was re-engined with a more powerful Chevrolet unit for the first season of Can-Am in 1966. It was still some way off the outrageous pace of the monstrous McLaren Race that were to come.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M6Ahttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m6a/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M6A.jpgThe M6A started McLaren’s dominance of Can-Am, winning five out of the six rounds in 1967. It had a monocoque chassis and aerodynamic glass-fibre body. Power was from by 6.0-litre Chevrolet V8 that produced 530bhp.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M20https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m20/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M20.pngMcLaren M20 was developed for the 1972 season. It served as a replacement for the M8Fs, but it later became the final Can-Am design created by McLaren before they left the series after failing to win the 1972 championship.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8Ahttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8a/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Mclaren-M8A.pngThe M8A was an evolution of the previous M6A design. The engine now had 7.0 litres of swept capacity, produced 620bhp and had become a stressed component within the chassis, increasing torsional stiffness and saving weight.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8Bhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8b/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M8D.pngThe biggest visual difference between the M8A and M8B was the addition of the massive aerofoil wing at the back. The 1969 engine a 7.1-litre Chevrolet V8 producing 680bhp. It completely dominated the 1969 Can-Am season.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8Chttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8c/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M8C.jpgThe M8C was developed as a customer version of the M8A. Fifteen M8Cs were built by Trojan. They featured a more conventional chassis that did not use the engine as a stressed member. Customers chose their own engines.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8Dhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8d/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M8D-1.pngBruce McLaren died in pre-season testing of the M8D. The car won nine out of 10 rounds and the entire Can-Am championship. The M8D’s low rear wing earned it the nickname ‘Batmobile’. Had a 7.6-litre Chevrolet V8 producing 680bhp.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8Ehttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8e/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M8E-1.pngThe M8E was a customer car based on the M8B and built by Trojan. The high pylon-mounted rear wings of the M8B were replaced with a lower wing to comply with the ban on high-mounted wings.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8Fhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8f/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M8F.jpgThe all aluminium V8 increased in size to well over 8 litres. Power was no 740 bhp, making the M8F the first Can-Am to break the 1000 bhp/ton. The last of McLaren’s astonishing run of championship-winning Can-Am cars.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M8FPhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m8fp/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M8FP-1024×1024.pngThe M8FP was the Trojan-built customer version of the M8F.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren LT170https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-lt170/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-LT170.pngThe McLaren LT170 GT race car built in 1971. The LT170 was a hybrid of the Lola T70 and McLaren M6B Can-Am cars, and used a Chevrolet V8 engine. One car was built.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren C8https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-c8/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/WM_Nurburgring-1982-09-26-020-1.jpgStarting out life as a 1972 McLaren M8F, the C8 used a 454 cu in (7,440 cc) Chevrolet V8 engine, but proved to be fragile, often retiring from races Peter Hoffmann owned the sole C8, and ran it until 1999.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren M12https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/brand/mclaren/mclaren-race-cars/mclaren-m12/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/McLaren-M12-1024×1024.pngThe M12s were intended as McLaren’s first customer cars based on the M8As which the team had successfully used to win the 1968 Can-Am season, as well as the M8Bs which the team were developing for 1969.McLarenLegacyRaceRace Modelhttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-race-cars/N/A
McLaren MSO 600LThttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-mso/mclaren-mso-600lt/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/mclaren-600lt-mso-2.jpgBefore McLaren says goodnight to the 600LT Coupe and tucks into the company’s illustrious supercar history book, the company decided to put out a special MSO version of it. McLaren London commissioned the car,.McLarenCurrentLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/N/A3.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8592 bhp @ 7,500 rpm457 ft lbs @ 5,500–6,500rpm204 mph326 kmh2.9 secN/A8.2 sec10.4 sec201020192019
McLaren MSO 600LT Spider (Pikes Peak Collection)https://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-mso-600lt-spider-pikes-peak/https://www.supercars.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/mclaren-600lt-mso-pikes-peak-collection-1.jpgThere are six McLaren 600LT Spiders built by McLaren Special Operations for the Pikes Peak Collection. Each of the cars is unique. Each of them features either the MSO Bespoke or MSO Heritage paintwork.McLarenCurrentLimited-Edition (MSO)McLaren 570Shttps://www.supercars.net/blog/category/mclaren-570/N/A3.8L M838TE twin-turbo V8592 bhp @ 7,500 rpm457 ft lbs @ 5,500–6,500rpm204 mph326 kmh2.9 secN/A8.2 sec10.4 sec201020192019

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