McLaren. The Master Plan

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It’s fair to say that we are all big and I mean BIG fans of the baby “Macca” here at crankandpiston HQ. Ever since it popped it’s head over the gossip parapet and into the main stream, we have been dreaming long and hard about what it’s going to take to get our grubby mitts on one.

From the outset the guys at McLaren Central have been talking about offering a number of different vehicles and derivatives of the “pretty on the eye” McLaren 12C and even though they initially discussed selling 1000 units in year one of production to make it a viable business project, they have already collected a monumental amount more than that in forward orders, A success this car will be!

Now the good news for nerds like us. McLaren will be launching a new model every year for the next half a decade! Wonderful news I think you will agree. So….I’ll take the GT3 spec road version please Mr Bank Manager, dripping in carbon with a dirty splitter and rear wing.

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