McLaren cars, prices, and information

McLaren is a British car manufacturer based in Woking, Surrey. Aside from its successful Formula 1 racing team, it also makes highly desirable, high-performance luxury cars. You can find out more about the brand below, as well as browse, compare and buy carwow’s range of in-stock McLaren models.

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About McLaren cars

McLaren started in the 1960s in motorsport, and has gone on to become one of the most successful Formula 1 teams in history. The road car division, called McLaren Automotive, started in 2010.

The company’s first road car, and arguably its most iconic, was the McLaren F1, built almost 20 years before McLaren Automotive came to be. Since 2010, the company has been building some of the wildest supercars in the world.

There’s no denying that McLaren makes highly desirable performance cars, with powerful engines and genuinely unique styling. However, buying one does come with some risk, as they have earned a reputation for not being the most reliable cars.

McLaren FAQs

McLaren Automotive is part of the McLaren Group, which also includes the McLaren F1 team. It is owned by the Mumtalakat Holding Company, which is the sovereign wealth fund of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
McLaren is a British company that has been based in Woking, Surrey since 2003, although it is now owned by the Bahrain-based Mumtalakat Holding Company.
The price of a new McLaren varies depending on which model you go for. At the time of writing, the Artura is the most affordable model, starting at around £190,000, while the 720S is around £250,000. At the very top of the range, expect to pay more than £2m for the Speedtail.
The speed of a McLaren is different depending on which version you go for. The McLaren Artura can go from 0-60mph in 3.0 seconds and go on to a top speed of 205mph. The Speedtail is only a fraction quicker to 60mph, but it has a top speed of 250mph.
Just 106 McLaren F1s were made. Their rarity has helped make them incredibly desirable, and now valued at around £15m to £20m.
The McLaren P1 was the spiritual successor to the F1. After an initial run of 375 models, McLaren also sold 58 P1 GTR track cars and five road-legal versions of the P1 GTR.
The McLaren Senna is one of the most serious track cars ever made, and is named after legendary Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, who won three World Championships for McLaren in 1988, 1990 and 1991. In all, 615 McLaren Sennas have been built, including 500 of the original car, 75 track-only GTRs, 35 LMs, and 5 GTR LMs.