McLaren Automotive, often simply referred to as McLaren, is a British supercar maker based in Surrey, Woking, England. It is the automotive branch of McLaren Technology Group, which includes the McLaren Racing Ltd. group for Formula One.



Born in 1937, New Zealander Bruce McLaren founded McLaren in 1963, under the Bruce McLaren Motor Racing name. In 1964, he oversaw the production of the first McLaren race car, the M1A, while its successor, the M1B, allowed McLaren into the Can-Am championship and won 43 victories, almost three times more than Porsche, a rival. Debuting at the 1965 Monaco Grand Prix was McLaren's first Formula One race car, the M2B.

McLaren Automotive

In 1980, McLaren merged with Ron Dennis's Project 4 Racing team. In August 1988, Dennis, Team Principal, and Gordon Murray started developing a new car that would eventually become the McLaren F1, launched in 1992 with a limited production run of only 106 units.

Following a brief collaboration with Mercedes-Benz for the SLR McLaren, McLaren Automotive was relaunched as a standalone manufacturer in 2010, spinning off McLaren Racing. In 2010, the 12C, the company's first in-house-developed supercar since the F1, was released, with the Spider model being released in 2013. In 2012, the P1 hybrid hypercar was unveiled, with production spanning the years between 2013 and 2015. After introducing a business plan to release a car or model every year, McLaren Automotive spawned the 650S in Coupé and Spider models in 2014, and unveiled the new Sports Series range comprising the McLaren 570S and 540C in 2015.

McLaren Racing

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Year Model Image Appearances
1993 F1 AST F1 Asphalt 7: Heat
Asphalt Streetstorm
1993 F1 XP-5 F1 XP5 BP stats Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt Nitro
2007 SLR (Roadster) 722 Edition SLRMcLaren Asphalt 8: Airborne
2011 12C A7 McLaren 12C Asphalt 6: Adrenaline
Asphalt Injection
Asphalt 7: Heat
2013 12C Spider McLaren 12C Spider (MAX+PRO) Asphalt 8: Airborne
2013 P1™ A8A McLaren P1 MAX+PRO Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt Nitro
Asphalt Streetstorm
2015 570S Coupé McLaren 570S (new stock) Asphalt 8: Airborne
2015 675LT Coupé A8A McLaren 675LT MAX+PRO Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt 9: Shockwave
2015 P1™ GTR A8 P1 GTR stats (MP) Asphalt 8: Airborne


Year Model Image Appearances
1970 M14A A8A McLaren M14A PRO Asphalt 8: Airborne
1993 MP4/8 A8A McLaren MP4-8 stock Asphalt 8: Airborne
2010 MP4-25 A8A MP4-25 stats (P MPH) Asphalt 8: Airborne
2015 650S GT3 650S GT3 stats (S) Asphalt 8: Airborne
2016 MP4-31 MP431 stats (P KMH) Asphalt 8: Airborne


Asphalt 8: Airborne

  • All of the McLaren race cars have only 10 Pro Kit Levels instead of the usual 5, leaving out the 5 MAX Upgrades.
  • The Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition and McLaren Mercedes MP4-25 are jointly made by Mercedes-Benz.
    • After the September 2017 hotfix update, both cars displayed the McLaren badge instead of the Mercedes-Benz badge in-game.
    • The SLR McLaren was branded as a Mercedes-Benz but was changed to the McLaren badge with the September 2017 hotfix update.
      • After the Munich Update, the SLR McLaren's badge change was reverted. It now displays the Mercedes-Benz badge.
  • In the same hotfix update, McLaren Automotive's badge seems to have been altered slightly. The red section of the badge is now displayed as being white.
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