The McLaren F1 is an extremely rare supercar that rarely pops up for sale, but chassis #059 is really special because it’s the only one to leave the factory with a unique headlight setup out of the 64 road cars manufactured. Simply put, its existing headlight internals were replaced with hardware from the BMW Z1 Roadster, while headlight housings were trimmed to be made slightly shorter.
German tuner Novitec unveils their latest project, a McLaren 765 LT Spider. The most impressive upgrade would be boosting its twin-turbocharged eight-cylinder engine to a maximum output 855 hp and 662 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to accelerate from 0-60 mph in a mere 2.7-seconds.
McLaren Special Operations (MSO) is known for creating some of the most limited edition models yet, and the Sabre is one of them. Limited to just 15-units worldwide, this hypercar shares its roots with the Senna, McLaren’s most track-focused model yet, but over 70% of the parts are unique to the Sabre.
The LEGO Technic (42141) McLaren Formula 1 Race Car is a must have for any racing fan, as it’s not just a static set. It’s modeled after its real-life counterpart, complete with a V6 cylinder engine that boasts moving pistons, steering that can be activated from the cockpit, as well as a suspension and a differential lock.
For those who don’t follow McLaren, the M8A was essentially a race car developed by driver Bruce McLaren and his racing team for their entry in 1968 Can-Am season. The M8A was the vehicle that started it all and its following successors dominated Can-Am racing for four consecutive racing seasons, until the arrival of the Porsche 917. To pay tribute, industrial designer Yosuke Yamada came up with the McLaren Can-Am Homage.