McLaren is well regarded for its high-performance vehicles and the company has now unveiled a new supercar that costs an eye-watering $2.25 million. There’s a lot that buyers get for that insane amount of money, though, including a top speed of 250 miles per hour. This hybrid supercar focuses on being extremely aerodynamic with a touch of modern technology and classic McLaren racing DNA.
A couple of months ago, there were rumors that Apple could be interested in acquiring McLaren, presumably to aid in their electric/self-driving car efforts. The company later denied the rumors, claiming that McLaren and Apple were not in discussions over potential investment. However it seems that this might not have been the full story.
There are few supercars that captivated people as much as the McLaren F1 did when it came out more than two decades ago. Even though it has been around for a very long time, the fact that it can reach a top speed of 240.1 miles-per-hour makes it the fastest naturally aspirated production car in the world. It was the unusual driving position that intrigued people the most with the […]
Last week there were rumors that Apple could be considering buying up McLaren to aid their electric car plans, but McLaren has since shut those rumors down. However following the quashing of the rumors, the company shortly after announced their first electric car: the McLaren P1TM, a model inspired by its P1 hypercar.
It was reported just a few hours ago that Apple and British supercar manufacturer McLaren have been in talks for a potential acquisition. The report claimed that these talks have been going on for a couple of months now. McLaren didn’t immediately comment on the report but it has now issued a rather terse one-line statement which essentially shoots down the report.
Talk about adding fuel to the fire. There have been endless rumors about Apple working on an electric car and now a report from a reputable publication claims that Apple and British supercar maker McLaren are actually in talks for a possible acquisition. There’s really only one reason why Apple would acquire McLaren and that would be to help out with its ambitions to become a car company, it’s not […]
McLaren is a name synonymous with high-performance cars that guzzle petrol as if you own an oil field. Then again, people who are able to buy these supercars don’t really concern themselves with the price of gas. However, supercar makers are having to keep up with regulations and introduce cars that are more environment-friendly which is why we’ve been seeing some great advancements in hybrid technology, particularly in high-performance cars. […]