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Review 3 months ago

McLaren Senna Coupe (2018- ) review

Named after McLaren’s most legendary Formula 1 driver, the Senna’s goal is to channel his spirit into the driving seat of a car focused on the track, but also able to deliver on the road.
McLaren 540C Review 11 months ago

McLaren 540C coupe (2015 - ) review

The 540C is McLaren’s entry-level sports car, albeit one that still costs north of £100,000. It’s got lots of power and lots of technology and offers a stout challenge to cars like the Audi R8.
McLaren 570S Spider Review 1 year ago

McLaren 570S Spider (2017 - ) review

Weighing up the merits of a Porsche 911 Cabriolet versus an Audi R8 Spider? Well stop right now, because for similar money, you could be driving the simply sensational McLaren 570S Spider.
2017 McLaren 720S Review 1 year ago

McLaren 720S Coupe (2017 - ) review

The McLaren 720S is a V8-powered, mid-engined, rear-drive supercar that competes for buyers’ affections with exotic machinery such as the Ferrari 488 Coupe and Lamborghini Huracan. It’s even more astonishing to drive than it is to look at.
2016 McLaren 570GT Review 2 years ago

McLaren 570GT Coupe (2016 - ) review

The 570GT is the third model in McLaren’s Sports Series range, joining the 570S and 540C. Its loose grand tourer credentials make it the most road-biased and luxuriously equipped McLaren to date.
2015 McLaren 570S Coupe Review 3 years ago

McLaren 570S Coupe (2015 - ) review

Despite its supercar looks, the McLaren 570S is a sports car to rival the Audi R8 and high-end versions of the Porsche 911. Does it compete with these talented rivals? You bet it does.
2015 McLaren 570S Coupe First Drive 3 years ago

McLaren 570S first drive review

The 570S sees McLaren taking on the best of the sports car market, most notably, the Porsche 911. Can it compete?
McLaren 650S Spider Feature 3 years ago

2015 McLaren 650S Spider road trip

When McLaren builds a road car, you know it’s going to be good. In this film, Ivan Aistrop takes a 650S Spider to Belgium to find out just how good.