McLaren submitted applications for three new vehicle names, all of which ditch the letter and number combinations that have adorned most of McLaren’s models.
Since McLaren Automotive started building road cars in 2011, most of its supercars have been given complex alphanumeric names. The first modern McLaren Automotive supercar was the MP4-12C, with that mouthful shortened to 12C after a year.
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