McLaren’s hybrid hyper car started smoking after making a pit stop at a gas station.
Uncomfortable seatbacks and insufficient storage – is that all that’s wrong with the open-top Macca?.
The McLaren 720S could have easily taken on a great deal more damage had the truck not spun.
The Senna laps Silverstone roughly 7 seconds slower than the much less powerful 650S GT3.
The 600LT is almost 100 HP down on power, but around a demanding track it is a formidable weapon.
It’s a push-to-drink system, similar to F1 cars, but for the price you can get a decent used hatchback.
The upgrade is available for the 570S and 570S Spider, but not the 570GT.
With 789 HP, the Senna might have been even faster but for that massive, drag-inducing rear wing.
The McLaren GT is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 with 612 hp and 465 lb-ft.
The McLaren GT can accelerate to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds and max out at 203 mph.
You might think BMW’s superbike has the upped hand against the 720S – and you’d be…
This McLaren Senna delivers 724 hp and 627 lb-ft to the ground through its rear wheels.