Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche are just a few of the marques that made the list for Premier Top 10 Cars Leased in 2020. See which cars were the most popular cars to have in 2020.
No, we did not transpose the numbers “675” and “765.” Earlier this year, McLaren introduced its latest lightweight, track-focused model, the 765LT. That’s not to be confused with the 675LT, introduced in 2015. The first deliveries are expected in October, starting at about $375,000. Here’s a closer look.
RM Sotheby’s event stands as the official auction of the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. This year, our top picks include cars from the marques Ferrari, McLaren, Alfa Romeo, Mercedes, and Lancia.
A Lamborghini Miura, vintage Porsche, McLaren 675LT, Ford GT and BMW M1 are among the highlights of Gooding & Company’s 2020 Scottsdale Auction. This year’s auction features 170 vehicles.
We’ve learned a few things over the past 20 years about how to buy exotic, vintage and luxury cars, whether they’re new or previously owned. So we’ve created a 5-part series to pass that information along to serious car enthusiasts like you.
25 supercars and luxury models were confiscated by Swiss authorities from Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue and sold at Bonhams auction in Switzerland last month.
Of course, you know the McLaren 720S is no one-trick pony. Its superlative all-around road and track performance earned it the World Performance Car 2019 trophy from the World Car Awards jurors. The 720S Coupe starts at $293,000; the newly introduced 720S Spider begins at $315,000.
McLaren recently showed its next Ultimate Series car, the Speedtail, to customers who committed to buying the 106 cars to be built. That’s (intentionally) the same number of F1s made, and, like that seminal supercar, the Speedtail puts the driver in the middle, flanked by a passenger seat on either side.