McLaren tease 570s 'Longtail': Update!| Cars.com | Review Car

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McLaren 570S vs. McLaren 675LT - Another £200,000?

► Subscribe to My Channel Here: http://bit.ly/1Q2RWK4 Is the McLaren 675LT worth another £200,000 more than the McLaren 570S? Lets find out... You can check out more of my octane filled days here: http://MrJWW.com http://instagram.com/MrJWW http://facebook.com/MrJWW http://twitter.com/MrJWW

A McLaren 720S 48 hours | Cars.com | Car Reviews

A McLaren 720S 48 hours | Cars.com | Car Reviews Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email The email came in from McLaren quite unexpectedly: “Would be nice if we could get you into a 720S before Estoril,” it said. Well, yes, that would be nice."Estoril" meant the track in Portugal, where I’d be driving the new Senna the following week. So to get in an Estoril mood, for two days of this week, I was assigned a “Glacier White” McLaren 720S, one of the world’s great supercars -- if still a step below the screaming Senna, the latter which transcends mere supercardom and proceeds straight to hypercar status. I said, “Yes” as quickly and politely as I could without sounding like a blathering idiot. I was going to make the most of those 48 hours in the 720S come heck or high water. And I did, mostly, within certain prescribed limits. McLaren expressly forbade, “…instrumented testing, track driving or competitor vehicle comparisons without prior approval.” Sure, whatever. Who had track rental fees and competitor vehicles, anyway? It would be just me, my local twisty mountain roads and a McLaren 720S. What could possibly go wrong. McLaren, as you’ll recall, has divided up its car line into three “Series:” The 570S is in the Sports Series, the Senna in the Ultimate Series and in between the two is this, my 720S in the Super Series. For the record, I’d be happy with any one of those. The 720S is the successor to the 650S, which was my favorite McLaren for a while. Before that, my favorite was the MP4 12C. I guess I like every McLaren I’ve driven so far. Next week, I’m guessing, my favorite McLaren will be the Senna. I could be perfectly happy driving the 720S for what would then be the rest of my then-fabulous life. I wouldn’t need anything else except a good road, and I know where all those are. Carpool? Ride your bike to school kids, it builds character! Groceries? We’ll eat the seat fabric. Errands? Get your priorities in line, man! This is a McLaren we’re talking about here. Like its siblings, the 720S is built around a carbon-fiber tub with aluminum extrusions front and rear. The tub is optimized in the new car and gets the name Monocage II, which sounds like a UFC or WWE match. Bolted to the back of that Monocage but still forward of the rear axle is a howlin’-loud 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that makes 720 metric horsepower (thus the car’s name) or 710 hp SAE. It drives the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The whole rig weighs just 3,128 pounds and, using launch mode, can travel from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. Top speed is 212 mph. As Butch Cassidy said to The Sundance Kid as they packed the dynamite into the mail car, that should do it. As soon as the car was delivered, I immediately headed up Angeles Crest Highway. There are many advantages to Angeles Crest, especially on a Tuesday. The number of dangerous knuckleheads is far lower, and since it runs through a national forest, there’s nothing to hit. There are two dials on the dash to change the car’s attitude; one is for su... Please, Like & Subscribe Car 3x ^^. Subscribe : https://goo.gl/cKv9wf Twitter.com : https://goo.gl/tRTfbG #A #McLaren #720S #48 #hours #Carscom #Car #Reviews #car3x

Aston Martin Rapide AMR revealed| Cars.com | Review Car

Aston Martin Rapide AMR revealed| Cars.com | Review Car Nothing stays still for long in Second Century Aston Martin. Following the recently revealed (and very well received) DB11 AMR, the sporty side of Aston is being further extended with this, the Rapide AMR. Previewed in a concept last year, the production version is described by Andy Palmer as taking the model "to new and exciting extremes." As such the AMR is the fastest and most powerful Rapide to date, the 5.9-litre V12 now boosted to 603hp thanks to a revised intake system and ECU tweak; comb... Please, Subscribe Car 3x to help me grow my channel. Subscribe : https://goo.gl/cKv9wf Twitter.com : https://goo.gl/tRTfbG #Aston #Martin #Rapide #AMR #revealed #Carscom #Review #Car

Tristan Thompson - Lifestyle | Net worth | cars | houses | Affair | Family | Biography | Information

Video shows Lifestyle net worth biography information family dating girlfriend/boyfriend pets childhood house car information and facts of Tristan Thompson Information NBA forward known for his rebounding ability. Tristan Thompson was selected 4th overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2011 and he helped the team win the NBA Championship in 2016. Before Fame Tristan Thompson played one year of college basketball for Texas before declaring for the 2011 NBA Draft. Know Tristan Thompson played high school basketball at three different schools: St. Marguerite d'Youville Secondary School in Ontario, Saint Benedict's Preparatory School in New Jersey, and Findlay Prep in Nevada. Family Life Tristan Thompson had a son named Prince with ex-girlfriend and model Jordan Craig. In 2016, he began dating Khloe Kardashian. He and Khloe welcomed a daughter named True together in April 2018. Facts Tristan Thompson was drafted along with point guard Kyrie Irving by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2011. Career highlights and awards NBA champion (2016) NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2012) Big 12 Freshman of the Year (2011) Second-team All-Big 12 (2011) McDonald's All-American (2010) Second-team Parade All-American (2010) Top stories Khloe K & Tristan Thompson Having S After NBA Finals: How She’s Putting ‘The Spark Back’ In The Romance Draymond Green On Tristan Thompson: “We’re Cut From Different Cloths. They Soft” Khloe Kardashian: I Need to Get Better at So Tristan Thompson Won't Cheat!

How to Drive a Manual Transmission — Cars.com

0:00 - 1:08 - Intro 1:08-3:12 - Get to Know the Tachometer 3:12 - 4:50 - Get to Know the Pedals 4:50 - 6:18 - Get to Know the Shifter 6:18 - 9:57 - How to Start the Car and Engage the Clutch 9:57 - 13:49 - How to Take Off in First 13:49 - 15:27 - What Can Go Wrong? 15:27 - 18:59 - Moving in Higher Gears 18:59 - 20:22 - How to Stop 20:22 - 22:59 - Handling Hills 22:59 - 26:04 - Tips 26:04 - 27:36 - Downshifting 27:36 - 29:31 - How to Park 29:31 - 30:55 - Outro

McLaren tease 570s 'Longtail': Update!| Cars.com | Review Car

Update, 13.06.18 Well, there you go. Short of doing away with the cover altogether and having the exhaust manifold open to the heavens, it hardly seems like McLaren could have been more direct with the LT's new top-exit tailpipes. You can draw your own conclusions about the styling implications, but we rather like the result, which are pleasingly reminiscent of Harrier jet nozzles. Or something. Certainly they're going to be on the warm side with the engine running. Just visible south of them is...

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