McLaren’s engineering arm, McLaren Applied, has set up a new micro-mobility company. Called LAVOIE, it is a premium mobility brand that aims to redefine urban mobility through motorsport and luxury automotive engineering. So, it is not just slapping on a motor on any old skatescooter.
Not everyone who loves Bowers & Wilkins Px8 is a fan of Agent 007 but I am pretty sure most people, be it ladies or gentlemen, are defenseless when it comes to sexy supercars. Having said that, if you are a car nut, this pair of headphones, the Bowers & Wilkins Px8 McLaren Edition Headphone, …
What you see here is the 2023 McLaren Solus GT. It is the world’s first, “track-only realization” of the McLaren concept that debuted in the virtual gaming world. It was previously a virtual car created for the Gran Turismo SPORT video game.
You probably won’t run any faster with luxury supercar cobranded running trainer shoes but you will definitely look super cool wearing The APL McLaren HySpeed Luxury Footwear. For the first time, the British marque has partnered with Athletic Propulsion Labs, better known as APL, to launch an entirely new silhouette.
Rich car enthusiasts buy a supercar like the McLaren Elva. True petrolheads buy supercars and this: McLaren F1 Tool Kit. Granted, a rich person probably won’t need to get his or her dirty but damn, this toolset is just looking fabulous – thanks to the gold color appearance lend to it by the titanium nitride …
The first LEGO Technic sets, which were mostly work vehicles, came out 45 years ago in 1977. Since then, we have seen Technic models getting more and more sophisticated but one of the most sophisticated machines in the world, the Formula 1 race car, has never been represented. Well, that’s until now.
What you see here is a bespoke commission McLaren by North American McLaren retailer, McLaren Beverly Hills. Created by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), this bespoke supercar (more like hypercar, really) dubbed ‘Albert’ Speedtail is inspired by the first attribute testing prototype vehicle name, well, ‘Albert’.
McLaren Elva is out of reach for many, even for the affluent – if they did not act on it fast. After all, there were just 399 examples of US$1.8 million car. The good news is, there is actually a McLaren Elva (or any McLaren for that matter) almost anyone can afford.
Traveling may not be a thing now, but there’s no harm getting yourself prepared for times when things are back to norm. Speaking of which, TUMI has taken the wrap off the brand’s new premium capsule luggage and travel collection inspired by McLaren.
If 755 horses to propel a lightweight 1,339 kilograms (2,952 lbs) McLaren 765LT track-focused supercar to 100 (62 mph) in just 2.8s and sending it on its way to 330 km/h (205 mph) is not enough for you, then Hennessey Performance has just the upgrade kit for you.