McLaren’s iconic orange paint was first seen on the McLaren M6A Can-Am racer in the 1967 season. Often colors chosen for racing cars have some nationalistic tie in or are a match to the sponsorship company’s color scheme, but this now unmistakeable orange paint was chosen simply to stand out better on America’s (then) new color televisions.
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This McLaren P1 is a 1/36 scale diecast model replica. It comes in orange and features pullback motor action and openable doors. It's a great addition for any sports car collection, and perfect for ardent McLaren enthusiasts! Features: 5393D Kinsmart - McLaren P1 Hard Top;
Full orange McLaren P1 during the 2015 Modena Trackdays in Spa-Francorchamps ! It is a very odd color combo mainly because we're not used to seeing this, and at first I wasn't entirely seduced by it.
Evening McLarenLife.com members, We wanted to post our official showroom photoshoot of the "Volcanic Orange Coarse" P1 for your viewing pleasure.
Volcano Orange McLaren P1 at Lamborghini Newport Beach!--MORE INFO BELOW-- Video HIGHLIGHTS / Channel Info & More! - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS - 0:05 - Small Revs and Idol Sounds 1:25 - P1 & Saleen S7 ...
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McLaren Ride On Kids Car 12V w/ vertical doors and parental remote control. The McLaren Ride On Car is a scale replica with authentic badges, LED lights, MP3/AUX inputs, and start up sounds.
The McLaren P1 is a British limited-production plug-in hybrid sports car produced by McLaren Automotive. Debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show ,  retail began in the UK in October 2013 and all 375 units were sold out by November.
It is fitting then that the final production example of the McLaren P1™ echoes the 64th and final McLaren F1 road car, chassis #075. Finished in the same pearlescent orange – which went on to inspire Volcano Orange, available today across the McLaren range – the stunning colour is achieved through a unique tinting process, while there are additional styling elements in raw carbon fibre ...