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News McLaren Celebrates Six Decades with Anticipated Supercar Unveil

McLaren Celebrates Six Decades with Anticipated Supercar Unveil

New Supercar to Make Its Debut Amidst Star Drivers at California's Sonoma Raceway

  • McLaren celebrates 60 years with Velocity Invitational event at Sonoma Raceway from Nov 10-12.

  • A new, yet-to-be-revealed supercar will be the highlight, featuring participation from renowned drivers.

  • Event follows McLaren’s earlier unveilings of a hybrid hypercar and a four-seater model.

To commemorate its 60th anniversary, McLaren will host the Velocity Invitational at California’s Sonoma Raceway from November 10-12, 2023. Among the highlights is the debut of a new supercar, whose details remain confidential for now. The event is expected to feature renowned drivers and follows the brand’s earlier showcases of advanced vehicle models.

A Milestone Event

The Velocity Invitational serves as a high-profile occasion to celebrate McLaren’s six-decade legacy in automotive innovation. Scheduled to take place at Sonoma Raceway, the event has garnered interest for what promises to be a memorable experience for fans and industry experts alike.

What To Expect

McLaren has indicated high expectations for the event, stating, “The planned reveal will involve both superstar drivers and a car that will take fans’ breath away.” While specifics of the new supercar are still undisclosed, this announcement hints at an unforgettable experience. This follows McLaren’s previous private events, where a hybrid hypercar and a four-seater model were apparently exhibited, signaling the brand’s ongoing commitment to pushing the boundaries of automotive technology.


Source: The Supercar Blog

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