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McLaren 675LT headed to Geneva

The Geneva Auto Show is shaping up to be a major event for McLaren Automotive. In addition to its previously announced track-only P1 GTR supercar, the British automaker will be unveiling a new and "track-focused" incarnation of its 650S Coupe called the McLaren 675LT, the LT standing for Long Tail. Seen here in factory spy shots wearing a distinctive camouflage wrap, the yet-unnamed street-legal model is rumored to be both lighter and... Read More


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LA First Drive: Volkswagen Touareg V6 TDI

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