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Born and raised on the track, we use racing technology and expertise to create the most advanced performance cars in the world
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McLaren Automotive Sep 23
We are at Silverstone this week for the launch of the McLaren 765LT. Pictured here in Smoked White, the car looks incredible at the iconic circuit.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 23
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McLaren Automotive Sep 23
Wallpaper Wednesday, this week it’s the McLaren Senna Carbon Theme. Tap, screenshot, share.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 18
The McLaren Senna's pioneering active front aero blades and its active rear wing harness air flow, optimise the veichle balance and keep the cars' aerodynamic window as broad as possible.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 17
Due to its extreme performance, the McLaren Senna features bespoke tyres developed in conjunction with technical partner Pirelli. The P Zero™ Trofeo R tyres are designed for dry racetracks, but are approved for road use to enable the Senna to be driven to the circuit.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 16
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McLaren Automotive Sep 16
It's . This week we have the Tap and screenshot for your new screensaver and share how it looks with us below.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 11
The GT is always an engaging drive... whether you’re on a mountain pass, motorway or metropolitan city. Where would your be? Let us know by commenting your dream destinations below.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 9
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McLaren Automotive Sep 9
It's . This week we have the shot right here on McLaren's home soil... in London. Tap and screenshot for your new screensaver and share how it looks with us below.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 4
Tap to see Alex's winning design, as pictured, bought to life by our McLaren team. Also, Alex's paint colour 'Alex Leaf Green' has been made into a real life waterbased paint, thanks to our partners .
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McLaren Automotive Sep 3
Congratulations to our winner Alex! His supercar of the future has been bought to life by our McLaren design team, Alex was also taken for a spin by Top Gear’s most famous racing driver, The Stig in the McLaren 720S.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 3
Who was the lucky winner of CBBC's Blue Peter & McLaren's supercar of the future competition? Find out on tonight CBBC at 17:30 BST.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 2
It's time. This week we have some amazing new images of the . Tap and Screenshot the below for your new Elva screensaver.
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McLaren Automotive Sep 1
The new Elva is our lightest road car ever. Minimalism to the extreme, it uses carbon-fibre extensively to keep its weight down. Just how thick is its front clam shell? We will give you a clue - watch this.
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McLaren Automotive Aug 30
Today we mark what would have been our founder’s 83rd birthday. Bruce McLaren was a racer, an engineer, an entrepreneur. He remains an inspiration. His vision was to build supercars that push limits. His spirit ensures that’s precisely what we continue do. Happy Birthday Bruce.
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McLaren Automotive Aug 25
McLaren Automotive has confirmed the introduction of the brand’s all-new, flexible, lightweight vehicle architecture. It utilises innovative processes and techniques to strip out excess mass and reduce overall vehicle weight. Here's how we do it....
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McLaren Automotive Aug 24
This week we have an interesting set of images captured by photographer Simon Puschmann. He uses an unusual 'trichromatic' technique. You can see how its done here. Check back on Wednesday when we will have these available to download as wallpapers.
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Where are we headed this Monday? Tune in following Forza Monthly to follow as he races across the Horizon Festival at .
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McLaren Automotive Aug 21
The 765LT features an optional unique double glazed panel within its rear shelf. Made using a combination of carbon-fibre and glass, it brings the engine visually and audibly into the interior of the car. Chief Engineer James Warner explains for this weeks’ McLaren Tech Club.
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