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McLaren teases F1 successor, says it will be faster, more powerful than P1

McLaren teases F1 successor, says it will be faster, more powerful than P1

McLaren showed its newest supercar to the public this month at the 2017 Geneva auto show, but behind closed doors the company's talking about what's next. Not the next car, but rather the next "F1." The company insists that it's not looking to replace the F1, rather that its next hypercar...

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2018 McLaren 720S, 2017 Geneva auto show

The 2018 McLaren 720S is the second-generation supercar made by science

Math is not sexy. Math doesn't hang on many walls. Supercars have been primarily driven by emotion, seduction, or outright sex—but passion can be enough to drive anyone... read more March 7, 2017


 
2017 Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe

2017 Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe first drive review: seeing what sticks

Its impossible not to notice that the 2017 Mercedes-AMG C43 has too much tire. The 225- and 245-millimeter, 19-inch Pirelli P Zero rubber sticks to the road like hot... read more February 25, 2017


 
nuTonomy autonomous Renault Zoe

Self-driving cars: a primer

Self-driving cars are a hot topic these days. They are part of an uncertain future, but automakers already have signaled they are constantly moving to a day when at least... read more February 15, 2017


 
Volvo Launches Latest Autonomous Cars Pilot In Sweden

Auto companies look for federal exemptions for self-driving tests

A tangled web of state laws could make it more difficult to test self-driving cars soon, representatives from automotive companies told a congressional committee Tuesday... read more February 14, 2017


 
Porsche Camp4 Canada 2017

Fast camp: Take me to Porsches on ice

Drivers dread the moment they effectively "run out of talent." That sinking feeling in the bottom of your stomach when a turn goes pear-shaped and the car goes sideways isn't... read more February 7, 2017


 
Ford Drive Skills for Life

Teen drivers can learn how to get it right by getting it wrong

Teen drivers are 1.6 times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than adults and last year more teen drivers were involved in crashes than the year prior—the... read more February 3, 2017


 

 
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