McLaren’s seven-year itch
McLaren’s new 720S shows that after seven years, it’s not predictable or boring; it’s anything but, writes Kyle Fortune
It was just 2010 when McLaren Automotive was formed as a stand-alone brand. Since then, the firm’s pace has been little short of extraordinary. The new car launch promises, which I’ll admit to listening to with more than a degree of eyebrow-raised scepticism, have been fulfilled. You genuinely can walk into a McLaren showroom in any number of countries around the globe (not Ireland as yet) and take your pick from a wide choice of...
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