To be blunt, 15 minutes each is only enough just enough get our, umm, feet wet. Nevertheless, one can briefly delve into the Acura NSX, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, and the McLaren 570S and walk away with some clear impressions on design and drive.
In a nutshell, for eons the perception of the Lexus product-line has been one that focuses on luxury first and foremost. It’s only been relatively recently that the designs are no longer hinting at performance, but blatantly shout out that these are cars for drivers.
10 unique McLaren sports cars that emulate the look and feel of a McLaren 570S GT4 race car but are fully road-legal have today been delivered to their new owners at a special McLaren customer event near Las Vegas, USA.
The McLaren Senna has been designed, engineered and developed with single-minded purpose: to be the ultimate McLaren track-concentrated car for the road.The
McLaren Automotive looks to the future with breath-taking Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo car in partnership with PlayStation 4 video game Gran Turismo Sport.
Pixar’s Jay Shuster (Production Designer), Michael Comet (Characters Supervisor), and Jude Brownhill (Directing Animator) get down to the details on the Cars 3 animation process.
The lean, sculpted beauty of the new 720S provides the perfect starting point for owners to be creative and the specification of this MSO 720S ‘Velocity’ showcases a taste of the customisation options that are possible.
At the heart of the McLaren Business Plan is a commitment to its industry-leading 20-25 percent of turnover invested in Research and Development for future products and technology. Over the six-year Business Plan period, this represents an investment of £1,000,000,000 and will lead to the launch of 15 all-new cars or derivatives.
McLaren gets ready for the New York Show with a bevy of sports cars. There's something for everyone (with enough money, of course) with the By McLaren, which expands the design selections available to customers.
The slippery styling does seem to recall a certain Italian brand. Could this be because McLaren has lured away designer Frank Stephenson of Ferrari fame? In any event, the two-seater has a greenhouse that does hint at the McLaren F1. The rest comes from a fresh sheet of paper.