The superlight McLaren GT is the Grand Tourer reimagined. It's a supercar that is thrilling - yet refined, dynamic and engaging. Perfect for your next adventure.
The GT’s strong, stiff carbon fibre structure combines with our latest active suspension for true comfort – without the traditional weight penalties. There’s also ample room under the full length, glazed, powered tailgate and in the front storage area. So your luggage – from golf clubs, to skis– simply fit… with space to spare. While inside, the airy, spacious glass wraparound cabin has that feeling of lightness that makes the GT so special.
So wherever the road takes you, you keep enjoying the journey.
This is Shoreditch, London’s creative heart. In the past two decades, this former working-class district in the East End has developed a worldwide reputation for innovation. It’s now considered as the capital of British technology and new thinking. The GT feels so at home here…Read more
From Los Angeles to San Francisco and hundreds of miles beyond, there’s a stunning road that hugs the Pacific coast. Perfect for the GT…Read more
A country of stunning contrasts, Japan offers no shortage of locations for compelling driving experiences. But they don’t all involve the nation’s beautiful canyon passes or twisting mountain roads.Read more
Oman is the oldest independent state in the Arab world, and also one of the most beautiful.Read more
Nowhere is better-suited to a sun-drenched driving adventure than the south of France or the Italian region of Tuscany.Read more
Anyone with a thirst for travel and adventure will surely have China near the top of their ‘must-visit’ list.Read more
The golden sands of the Arabian desert evoke adventure, luxury and timeless beauty. They also provide an attractive background for highlighting the McLaren GT’s sleek silhouette.Read More
Six Decades of Success - The 2010's
The 2010s brought another new era at McLaren, with the launch of McLaren Automotive. McLaren had made road-going supercars before, but the new division was created to build what would soon become a family of models, from the original MP4-12C to some of the most extreme hypercars ever created.
Bruce's brilliance, honoured
In the year that we celebrate McLaren’s 60th anniversary, Auckland University has awarded our founder, Bruce McLaren, an honorary degree for his contributions to engineering at a ceremony held at the McLaren Technology Centre (MTC) in Woking, England.
Six Decades of Success - The 2000's
Hard to believe now, but in the 1990s McLaren's home was still a small industrial park on the outskirts of Woking near London, with the company occupying 18 different sites across the town. However, Team Principal Ron Dennis had ambitions to give McLaren a new global HQ that was equal to its successes on road and track.
Six Decades of Success - The 1990s
The 1990s were another extraordinary decade for McLaren, not least because a new road car division grew out of the racing team, deploying the expertise and design principals that had won McLaren so many world titles over the years
Six Decades of Success - The 1980s
McLaren won many races and titles in other decades, but it was the 1980s that would see the Formula 1 team’s longest run of success, when McLaren took no fewer than five drivers’ titles and four constructors’ championships
Six Decades of Success - The 1970s
After making an incredibly strong start in the 1960s, it was during the 1970s that the McLaren team really found its feet in motorsport, achieving success in a variety of series
Six Decades of Success - The 1960s
The 1960s was the decade when it all began for McLaren. After creating his team in 1963, Bruce McLaren and his dedicated drivers, engineers and mechanics saw early successes in both sports car racing and Formula 1.