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McLaren P1 Gets All-Electric Version (for Kids)

McLaren P1 Gets All-Electric Version (for Kids)
McLaren recently announced that they are developing a pure electric vehicle. To celebrate, the company is releasing a primer EV: a McLaren P1 Ride-On for kids age 3 to 6. This kid-sized version of the hybrid…

LEGO Hypercar Kits Leak and We Want Them!

LEGO Hypercar Kits Leak and We Want Them!
If you aren’t a car geek, you may not know what a hypercar is. Hypercars are a step above your typical exotic supercars, often with powerful hybrid drivetrains that push them into the 800+ horsepower range.…
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McLaren P1: F1’s Hybrid Successor Will Blow Socks off Everywhere

McLaren P1: F1’s Hybrid Successor Will Blow Socks off Everywhere
It’s taken McLaren almost 15 years, but they’re about to finally release the F1’s successor, the P1. Like a few of the new supercars, it will feature a petrol engine mated with an electric motor to…

McLaren MP4-12C: The Street Legal Car with Formula 1 Tech

McLaren MP4-12C: The Street Legal Car with Formula 1 Tech
I have to admit that the McLaren F1 was a masterpiece in engineering, and it looked pretty awesome too. Though it took McLaren almost a decade before unveiling their production car that was wholly designed and…

Toys for Big Boys: iPhone Remote Controls Honda Civic, Blackberry Remote Controls F1 Car

Toys for Big Boys: iPhone Remote Controls Honda Civic, Blackberry Remote Controls F1 Car
Man, these are smartphones indeed. The wise – and probably bored – folks at the University of Berlin made a one-of-a-kind iPhone app which they called iDriver, which allows them to control a Honda Civic via…
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