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Britain-based McLaren only recently started manufacturing cars in the last few years, but has proven itself as an interesting alternative to Ferrari and other supercar makers.

Least Expensive: The McLaren 570S was the least expensive vehicle in the British brand's lineup, setting buyers back around $210,000 for a coupe. With that model now gone, the Artura plug-in hybrid starts around $225,000.

Most Expensive: It's no $2.3 million Speedtail, but the McLaren Elva's $1.7 million price tag is nothing to sneeze at. The carbon-fiber hyper-roadster makes 804 hp, comes sans windshield, roof and windows, and is the lightest production McLaren ever built. Plus, it's a hoot to drive.

Most Fun to Drive: Every McLaren model from the GT to the Elva brings exciting driving dynamics to the table.

MotorTrend Favorite: The McLaren 570S won MotorTrend's 2016 Best Driver's Car award and the million-dollar Senna had a strong finish in 2019's BDC fight.

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Mclaren Senna

MSRP: $73.00

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This Tamiya 1/24 scale model recreates the 2019 McLaren Senna in hyper detail! Named after legendary Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, this extremely track-focused ... Learn more

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FIRST LOOK: LCD Models McLaren F1

I was quite surprised to see this news, but I am all for it! With it being over 10 years now that the AUTOart version came out, having a solid alternative is a must. For a fully opening version, you only have one choice for 1:18, being the AUTOart. Prices, as many of you know, are approaching the $1000 USD range depending on the color.

While many are tempted to want to compare the two, I really don’t think it’s going to be a fair competition. The AUTOart version is nearly perfect. One of the best models ever made; everything is there. Watching Doug Demuro’s review of Jay Leno’s F1 with all of the quirks and features, I was able to follow along with my 1:18 and it was really neat to do so.

Ultimately I think this LCD is going to fill a void in the F1 collector space. Somewhere between the UT and AUTOart. Overall a nice alternative to a collector who wants a proper fully opening F1 but can’t afford to pay the secondary market of the ultimate version. This one will be an even bigger hit if they do some unique colors.

TL;DR: Don’t compare to or expect AUTOart details, take it as it is. Will be a nice alternative, and hopefully brings some exciting colors like Mr. Bean, bright blue, bright yellow, British Racing Green, others

  • I’m quite sure this will be at least as good as the AA, even tough, indeed, the AA is brilliant. LCD is no joke and 10 years of new design and fabrication techniques will do the rest.

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McLaren Cars

The British sportscar marque McLaren debuted in India in June 2021 with the GT, 720S Coupé and the 720S Spider. The brand has joined hands with Infinity Cars to look after its sales and service across India.

A New Zealander and motor racing buff Bruce McLaren revamped an Austin Ulster by his own, at age 15. His passion for motorsport and fast automobiles led him to win a Formula 1 Grand Prix at the age of 22, making him the youngest F1 driver ever to win the title at the time. 

Bruce McLaren founded McLaren Motor Racing in 1963 to develop race cars. The company presented the M1A to the world in 1964 - the first race car by McLaren Motor Racing. Only 24 examples were created of the M1A. 

McLaren Cars was incorporated on 2 December 1985 by Ron Dennis, an English man born in Woking, Surrey, England. After a few years, McLaren announced its first road car in 1992, named McLaren F1. And that was designed by well-renowned car designer Gordon Murray. In 2010, McLaren Cars got renamed to McLaren Automotive.

Decades of glorious motor racing experience made McLaren one of the largest sports car manufacturer in the world. Bruce McLaren’s sheer love for motorsport and race cars still runs in the McLaren family. The brand has produced a variety of sports cars namely F1, MP4-12C, P1, 650S, 570S, 720S, Senna and so on.

The British car marque continues to make exquisite supercars at its enormous and ultramodern McLaren Technology Centre, Woking, Surrey, the United Kingdom.

McLaren Cars Price List (October 2021) in India

McLaren 720S ₹ 4.65 Crore
McLaren GT ₹ 3.72 Crore

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McLaren Models

Contents: Current Models / Legacy Models / MSO Models / Collaborations / Race Cars

Every McLaren Car Ever Made

Every McLaren car ever made in one place. Learn about every model the iconic McLaren company has ever created. We even included race cars. Most people know McLaren from its most recent years of rapid model expansion. At the time of writing McLaren had 12 current models for sale (plus two race cars for sale) to the general public. There is also the MSO team at McLaren who create one off and limited edition production models for those who want something truly unique and rare.

Historically, McLaren had not been focused on production cars, instead specializing in racing cars for Formula 1 and GT series. McLaren did make some production cars prior to the launch of McLaren Automotive in 2010, best known of course if the McLaren F1. In our eyes it was the best supercar ever made. It changed the game so much and had such a fresh perspective that no other car will have that big an impact again. Before that was the M6GT, a stillborn project that was initially created to allow McLaren to race in Group 4 GT series, but was later shelved as a result of FIA rule changes that mandated 50 production examples before a car could be considered.

With that, please enjoy our list of all the McLaren models ever made:


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