Monterey Car Week brings a wide variety of rare cars to California, from classics to hypercars. McLaren Automotive, the legendary automaker, is bringing with them their own rare cars to the state, some which are making their debut in the United States. In a press release issued today, McLaren announced that they will be introducing the likes of the 2017 570GT and 570S GT4 (seen above).
Along with these new cars, McLaren is also bringing a handful of heritage cars. Here are the cars as described in the brand’s press release:
- M2B/1– 1966 – Formula 1™, the very first McLaren Formula 1™ Grand Prix car.
- M8D/4 – 1970 – Can-Am Championship, an evolution of the Can-Am Championship-winning M8B that won all 11 races through the previous season, crowning Bruce McLaren as Champion for the second time and completing a clean sweep of three successive Can-Am Constructors Championships.
- M23A/9 – 1975 – Formula 1™, the car that led Emerson Fittipaldi to his second Formula 1™ Drivers’ Championship and gave McLaren its first Constructors Championship.
- MP4-2/2 – 1984 – Formula 1™, which won three Drivers Championships and two Constructors Championships and is still considered the most successful chassis in Formula 1™ history.
If you’re by Monterey for the week starting August 15, be sure to head to one of the many events being help during the world-famous car week.
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