McLaren P1 GTR


Not that the P1 isn't already a racing-grade car, McLaren thought it could use a few more tweaks to make the ultimate P1 track car. At this summer's Concours in Pebble Beach, the company will unveil the concept for the most extreme, track-only version of the P1, the GTR.

What we know so far is that the car will definitely be built and will begin production in 2015 when the final 375th P1 has been built. The GTR will only be available to P1 owners and will feature enhanced aerodynamics, a wider track, slick tires, and a newly-tweaked engine that will max out at 986 horsepower. Buyers of the car will also get to drive on some of the world's most famous race tracks with a McLaren support team and you will even have access to McLaren fitness consultations and McLaren designer, Frank Stephenson.

£1.98m, McLaren

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McLaren 650S GT3


McLaren's biggest reveal at the Goodwood Festival of Speed continues their racing heritage into the future with a brand new race car, the 650S GT3. Based on the 650S, the track-ready racer features carbon fiber bodywork that gives the track-ready racer snarling, menacing lines that also aid in the car's aerodynamics.

The body features a 52mm wider track, a new set of wheels and tires, a new nose, tweaked intakes, and a fixed rear wing made from carbon fiber. Inside is a cockpit designed with driver comfort in mind with increased leg and headroom, a new racing seat, and better ventilation. Under the hood is McLaren's remarkably efficient 3.8L twin-turbo V8 which produces 493 horsepower and an upgraded ECU and a new six-speed gearbox. 15 650S GT3s will be built for the 2015 racing season and if you're lucky enough to have a team with the previous model, McLaren will offer an upgrade package to bring it up to the new spec.

£330,000, McLaren


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McLaren MSO 650S


McLaren's new 650S not special enough for you? The hypercar builder will be releasing a new bespoke model via its Special Operations team which will be on hand at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Limted to 50 models worldwide, the car will be available in your choice of Coupe or Spider and takes on styling cues based on the original concept and was designed in collaboration with McLaren automotive design director Frank Stephenson. Three colors of the MSO 650S will be available: Papaya Spark, a take on the McLaren's signature orange, Agrigan Black which has a dark ruby red metallic flake, and Sarigan Quartz, a brand new McLaren color that is a grey with a tinge of gold. On the exterior you'll find extended side blades, a three piece rear bumper with a carbon fiber center section, and a new rear diffuser design. It will also come equipped with a lightweight set of Palladium-colored 10 spoke wheels, an interior of Alcantara and carbon fiber, and a weekender crafted from stealth black carbon fiber leather.

£252,500 (£272,500 for the Spider), McLaren


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Audi R8 LMX


What could Audi possibly add to the R8 to make it even better? How about a set of laser beams? Yes, the company will be adding a set of laser high beams to its latest version of the R8 supercar which will have one laser module in each headlight, each having twice the range of an all-LED headlight. The system is so advanced that it uses a camera sensor system that detects other drivers on the road and adjusts the light pattern accordingly and keeps them out of beam's direction. Performance-wise the car is as fast as ever with 570-hp that helps the car reach a 0-62 time of 3.4 seconds from its 5.2L V10.

€210,000, Audi


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2014 Callaway Corvette


Chevy's halo car gets a big and brawny Callaway upgrade for their 2014 Corvette. The upgrade package will help produce over 620 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque from the LT1 engine. Specifically the standard package will include a Callaway's new Supercharger System, a high flow intake system, ow Restriction Exhaust System with Unitized Acoustic Chamber, and a variety of other optional aditions including the unique Aerowagon package.


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Techart Porsche 911 Turbo


New Porsche 911 Turbo not fast enough? Techart is announcing a series of performance and aero upgrades to get a bit more juice out of your 991. Upgrades include a new front and rear spoiler, sport exhaust, and a performance tweak that brings 620 hp, 612 lb-ft of torque and a 0-62 time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 208.



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Koenigsegg One:1


Koenigsegg's One:1 is something that would probably would come out of Lockheed Martin if they were building high-speed automobiles. This fighter jet on four wheels produces 1,360 hp, 737 lb-ft of torque and it all comes from a turbocharged 5.0L V8. Active aerodynamics, a body that's dripping in carbon fiber, and 3D printed titanium contribute to an advanced automotive architecture that we couldn't even begin to understand. What we do know for sure is that this thing is fast, USS Enterprise fast. Koenigsegg will be building six examples of the One:1 and if you were hoping to trade in your Veyron for one, unfortunately all six are spoken for.



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McLaren 650S


Slotted right above the 12C, McLaren reveals its latest supercar, the 650S. The 650S will be powered by their M838T 641 hp twin-turbo V8 and will be available in a coupe and Spider with a retractable hard-top. Aesthetically, the 650S is a combination of the 12C and P1 with an aggressive frontend inspired by the hypercar and the rear which is much closer to the 12C. The car will also feature the latest evolution of their ProActive Chassis Control (PCC) suspension system which has been improved and recalibrated when adjusting the car's normal and sport/track driving modes. Look for both models to hit showrooms this Spring.



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Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4


Lamborghini announces the replacement for the 10-year-old Gallardo, the Huracán LP 610-4. Named after a fighting bull from 1879, the baby Lambo packs a 5.2L V10 with 610 hp, 413 lb-ft of torque, and is capable of a 0-60 time of 3.2 seconds and top speed of 201 mph. Other features include a 12.3" TFT instrument panel, full LED headlights, 7-speed dual clutch transmission, and all-wheel-drive.



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McLaren MSO 12C Concept


McLaren Special Operations (MSO) is debuting a concept of the 12C kitted out with a series of bespoke options to enhance the design and performance of the British supercar. The concept features a new hood design, front wing louvers, rear wing vents, a new airbrake, and a roof scoop in carbon fiber. Various other elements are also revamped in titanium and the interior also receives a number of carbon fiber upgrades as well.


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