Ok, so it’s the end of the 2016 F1 season, but McLaren’s design team have done something to cheer us up. A handpicked range of colour options and varying trim combinations will be available on the 570s in 2017.
McLaren are a busy company. As well as trying to re-build their F1 team, there are talks of an acquisition by Apple, and now they have launched their first all electric P1 – ish… From 0 mph to top speed (and by top speed we are talking vey slow) in just two seconds, this model is unsurprisingly “the most compact car yet to wear the McLaren badge”. Continue Reading
Inspired by F1 high-performance and design, Gocycle is the first injection-moulded magnesium alloy bicycle in history. It’s the brainchild of Richard Thorpe, a former Mclaren Car design engineer. Continue Reading
With cutting edge F1® blade and spoiler design on the front bumper, a rear lip spoiler and diffuser, this car looks ready to race. The only downside? The design influence comes straight from Renault F1 Team’s underperforming R.S.16. Er, Va Va Voom?
McLaren approached Unique & Limited to help celebrate the defining moment of James Hunt’s career: the Japanese Grand Prix of 1976, where he secured his only world title. This special artwork is part of a limited edition of only 1000 prints and the set depicts Hunt’s McLaren M23. Continue Reading
With Honda’s first generation NSX two-seater sharing handling development with the late three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna, there was never any doubt about the legendary sports car’s performance. Praised for its nimble handling and advanced aerodynamic design, Honda has finally revived its iconic two-seater as the second generation Acura NSX in the US. Continue Reading
Red Bull Racing and team partners Aston Martin have released the first images of the AM-RB 001 – a new hypercar co-created by the two companies that is to be built using an F1-inspired carbon fibre construction. Continue Reading
Sourcing research and development from its very successful formula one team, mercedesAMG packed the latest from motorsport technology into its latest ’AMG GT R’. the front mid-engine concept with a twin-turbo V8 engine outputting 585 HP, the extensively modified suspension, the adapted aerodynamics and the lightweight construction lay the foundations for an intense dynamic driving experience. Continue Reading