McLaren P13

  • McLaren Sports Series teased, debuts in the second quarter of 2015

    McLaren has released the first official picture of their new entry-level Sports Series that has been internally known as P13. The hashtags: #McLarenSportsSeries, #BlackSwanMoments, #P13 and #McLarenP13 don't tell much about the new model, but the front clearly reveals a P1 inspired design, boasting LED-infused… Continue reading »

  • Entry-level McLaren P13 rendered

    McLaren's current line-up includes the sold out P1 supercar and the 650S(essentially an updated 12C). A new entry-level McLaren, internally known as the "P13" is currently in development that will use the familiar lightweight carbon fibre MonoCell chassis, also found in the 12C/650S and P1.… Continue reading »

  • McLaren 12C production paused to meet 650S demand

    Looks like customers love the recently introduced McLaren 650S as according to Piston Heads, the 12C production has been paused in order to free up capacity for the new model. Even though the 650S is not an all new model, and is essentially a modified… Continue reading »

  • McLaren P13 teased with a 444bhp 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8

    McLaren has been testing the upcoming P13 sports cars for some time and we have also seen chassis testing mules with the 12C body. McLaren has now released a first design sketch by design chief Frank Stephenson, showing us the P13 will follow a very… Continue reading »

  • McLaren P13 chassis-testing mule caught again

    McLaren P13 mule was first spied back in summer on the Nürburgring with the body of a 12C Spider. Here is another P13 chassis testing mule showing a much wider wheel case and it also looks to have a longer wheelbase. The P13 will be… Continue reading »

  • News update: McLaren 12C Spider prototypes are actually technology mules for a new P13 model

    The latest spy shots of a camouflaged McLaren 12C Spider with a disguised front are actually technology mules of a new sports car called P13, not a facelift for the 12C Spider as we reported few days ago. A McLaren spokesperson told Autocar that these… Continue reading »