Roman and Michael pay a visit to Ferrari of Denver to count down TFL's list of the fastest cars in the world for sale in 2017. Check out the video to listen to their comments on the list below and learn what bonus super car couldn't make the list at
The San Francisco Cars and Coffee meetup is held on the first Saturday of every month on the Bay Area's Treasure Island. One of the most comprehensive, well-attended auto events in Northern California, the event attracts thrill-seeking enthusiasts from around the Pacific Coast. June's Cars and Coffee brought in some
With the 2015 New York Auto Show coming to a close yesterday evening, it's time to reflect back on the highlights. Downmarket McLarens, stripped-down Porsches, and uber-opulent Range Rovers stole the show this year, and TFLcar.com was there on closing day to remember it all.
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What's better than having a McLaren P1 in your garage? The 3.8L twin-turbo V8 hyper hybrid gets to 62 MPH in a mere 2.8 seconds and covers the quarter mile in 9.8. It has a top speed of 217 MPH and over 900 hp. So really, what could be better?
The 2015 McLaren 650S is a twin turbocharged exotic supercar that puts out 650 horsepower and almost as much torque. It will take on a Porsche 911 Turbo to 60 MPH and it will easily go toe to toe with the new Lamborghini Huracán on the race track. Unlike other
What makes a supercar? It has to be a complete package and the 2015 McLaren 650S Spider delivers the goods. McLaren took the existing MP4-12C car and went to work. They added an exotic, McLaren P1 inspired nose for a look that draws a lot more attention as we found out at
TFLcar already reports on the new McLaren 650S Coupe, and today McLaren drops the top and introduces the 650S Spider at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show. The Spider has the same power and transmission as the Coupe: 640.9 bhp and a 7-speed SSG. However, it offers unlimited headroom with a
2014 Geneva Auto Show is just around the corner (our coverage starts next week). McLaren is not waiting and has released the specs on the new addition to company's line-up - the McLaren 650S. The "650" in the name stands for the engine output of 650 PS (or 640.9 bhp).