A purveyor of expensive, capable, small-batch British sports cars, McLaren's first car was the inimitable McLaren F1. Currently, the automaker produces five cars, with price tags ranging from about $150,000 all the way past $1 million.
Like poetry rendered in carbon fiber, McLaren's new Elva roadster is simply gorgeous.
An open-air two-seater, this is the lightest roadgoing car McLaren has ever built.
A supercar on a super track.
A day at McLaren's Pure driving school uses performance data to help on-track instruction.
McLaren's first foray into grand touring hopes to evoke the same success that the automaker had with its supercars.
Powerful, fast, comfortable and, yes, practical -- this is truly the McLaren of exotic grand tourers.
The company is moving its US headquarters from Manhattan to the Dallas suburb of Coppell.
Wires in the engine harness may become damaged over time and lead to a sudden loss of engine power.