McLaren F1 now 25 years old
It has been 25 years since the debut of the legendary McLaren F1, a car which not only stood as the world's fastest car for years, but which also was converted to race trim and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Over a period of six years, including race cars, only 106 McLaren F1s were ever built. The rarity and iconic status mean they command a king's ransom.
In 2015, a McLaren F1 belonging to comedian Rowan Atkinson sold for $12 million even though it had been destroyed and rebuilt twice. Later, a converted LM spec F1 sold for $13.7 million at auction. The price tag was $810,000 in 1992.
Today, classic F1s are worth something around $9m.
Power for the F1 came from a naturally aspirated 6.1-liter BMW V12. In the standard road car, the engine produced 627 horsepower. In 1998, a five-year-old McLaren F1 prototype reached 243 mph, becoming the fastest car in the world.

The record would stand for a decade.

McLaren 720S
McLaren revealed the $285,000 720S Supercar at the Geneva Motor Show. The two-seat mid-engine sports car is based on an all carbon-fiber tub and the new 4-liter twin turbo V8.

All 400 of the 720S Launch Edition models were sold pre-production.
The McLaren 720S features McLaren's new M840T engine. It is a 4.0-litre (3994 cc) twin-turbocharged V8 engine, which produces 710 bhp @ 7000 rpm, and 568 lb·ft @ 5500 rpm. The McLaren 720S can go from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds onto a top speed of 212 mph. (341 km/h)

McLaren 720s supercar now a Lego Build
McLaren's newest supercar can now be built by Lego fans. It has taken a Lego designer a year to perfect the building block version of the new 720s.

The building block version goes on sale on June 1 and joins the company's P1 supercar in the Lego Speed Champions range. In azores orange, the 720S is accompanied by a minifigure car designer, complete with design studio desk, coffee cup and original design sketch.
Buyers can pick up the new Lego McLaren 720S and its pieces for just £12.99 (approx. $16 US) in the U.K.