McLaren Miami has been and will always be the brand to go to if you are looking for exotic cars that you can drive at the fastest speed. Since it was founded by Bruce McLaren in 1963 up to the present time, McLaren cars live up to its founder’s excellent standards and genius ideas.
These specific characteristics of McLaren cars are the main reasons why we have added them in our fleet of exotic cars. We want you to get the experience of driving the classical race car brand and their swift road cars in a very affordable fee through our exotic car rental.
McLaren is not just a brand. McLaren is an icon from the moment its first race car was created until the present time when it has started venturing road cars. Get a hold of the steering wheels of these iconic cars here at mph club, and experience how it is like to drive in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or anywhere in Florida, the brand that created the fastest cars ever!
Anybody given the chance to drive these iconic cars will never say no. Good thing we added these exotic cars in our fleet for you to drive anytime you want!
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The figure of the 720S is unmistakably, yet the subtleties are strikingly extraordinary. The originators took motivation from the Great White Shark, a wonderfully smooth yet ruthlessly proficient running machine. The subsequent plan for the 720S is perfect structure following sharp capacity. Come to mph club and rent the McLaren 720s.
From a carbon-fiber tub to produced aluminum control armatures, the McLaren 600LT has pretty much everything the 720S does. It doesn’t exactly have the HP the 720s brag, yet it has an amazing 592HP fueled by a 3.8L Twin-Turbo V8! With the Dual-Clutch transmission. ! You can’t just do wrong with the McLaren 600LT.
The open-top McLaren 650s Spider at mph club overflows style and certainty, and with its 3.8 liter V8 motor pressing 650 hp, it can accomplish 0 to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds. While the weight is 40 kg more noteworthy than the roadster variant of the 650s, there is a comparable degree of execution. Truth be told, it is hard to differentiate. Other striking highlights incorporate a seven-speed programmed gearbox and a maximum velocity of 204 mph.
For white-knuckling speeds and an energetic plan like no other, employ a McLaren 570s Spider today. Appreciate this extravagant machine in any area all through the country with mph club. Very little approaches the inclination in the driver’s seat of the overwhelming McLaren 570s. This accomplishment of modernistic building ensures a world class driving involvement with rich style.
When started up, the McLaren 570s available at mph club lets out an amazing roar, made even more impressive when the rooftop is down. When out and about, the 570s employ handles like a fantasy, with the carbon-clay brakes offering a solid grasp without being excessively delicate. Come tame this fiery beauty today.
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Bruce McLaren’s exposure to cars began as early as he was 12 years old when his father bought a 1929 Austin Ulser to fix and resell. McLaren convinced his father that he drive the car. In 1952, at the age of 15, Bruce McLaren won his first car race. When he moved to the United Kingdom in 1958, McLaren continued to dominate the racing field, and he also founded the Bruce McLaren Motor Racing company. From then on, the race car industry has never been the same.
In 1963, he built his first cars, the M1A, M1B and M2B, which all brought success to Formula 1. Other McLaren cars that continued the brand’s successful winning streak in the racing field are McLaren M7A, McLaren MP41, McLaren MP4/4, McLaren M6A and McLaren M16. McLaren MP4/4, though, is a game-changer in the car and racing industry as it is the first car that is fully made with carbon fiber instead of aluminum alloy. It came to life in 1988.
McLaren came to life through an Auckland, New Zealand-born Bruce McLaren. He is a renowned race car driver who began his racing history and championship at the age of 15 when he drove a 1929 Austin Ulser in 1952. In 1958, at the age of 22, Bruce was the youngest racer who won the US Grand Prix. He continued to race under Cooper Cars and Formula One teams and continued winning more Grand Prix events and 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966.
Raised by parents who are into car engineering, the apple does not fall from the tree. Bruce established the McLaren Motor Racing Company in 1963, designing and driving its cars. The M1A, M1B and M2B, which V8 engines made it faster than any car in Formula One, were the first three cars his company built. M1A and M1B cars bagged not only one but 43 victories in the Can-Am championship while the latter made its launch at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Just before 1970, Bruce proved that he is ahead of his time and that he is a true car and racing genius when he thought of creating the F3, which will be the first-ever sports car made with the lightest materials. Bruce envisioned the car to run at a speed of 0-100 mph in 8 seconds, but this was halted when Bruce McLaren met a car accident and died while driving the M8D Can-Am.
Even after Bruce McLaren’s death, McLaren race cars continued to dominate different racing events, and with Ron Dennis taking over the company and combining it with “Project Four Racing,” McLaren cars only got better and better. It was under his leadership, through the help of car designer John Barnard that the McLaren MP4 was created in 1981. This car is the first of its kind as it used carbon fiber material instead of aluminum alloy, which made it so light.
Continuing the brand’s legacy of always standing out and being forward-thinkers, in 1992, the next McLaren model—F1 was created. This two-door coupe sports car can only cater to three passengers, one in the front seat for the driver and two in the back seat. The seating was styled the same as a race car. Hailed by the Guinness World Record as “World Fastest Production Car,” F1 can drive 240.1 mph.
After this, from 1998-2019, McLaren partnered with different companies from Mercedes, Vodafone and Honda to produce their engines, but in 2010, the racing team and car production team spun-off giving birth to McLaren Automotive. This subsidiary focuses on creating McLaren road cars we know today.