SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- McLaren Formula One fans gathered at last Sunday's Arizona Concours d'Elegance, cell phones poised and ready to capture a shot of gleaming paint and exposed carbon fiber. The Concours is over, but it's not the last chance for locals to get up close with the newest super car in town.
McLaren Scottsdale brought three cars to the Arizona Biltmore on Sunday: A 204 MPH McLaren 12C Spider, a stripped-down chassis that display's the 12C's space age construction and a Pagani Huayra, which is also offered at the new Scottsdale dealership.
Arizona gear heads and exotic car buyers who missed their chance at the Concours are able to see the McLaren cars up close at this weekend's Barrett-Jackson classic car auction. The Scottsdale dealership brought some of the 200+ MPH supercars out to the event at West World this week.
Barrett-Jackson is the largest annual auction of rare and classic cars in Arizona. A line up of ex Formula One racers, vintage classic cars and modern exotics will roll on to the auction block on live TV all throughout the week.
A map showing the McLaren's location at the event can be found on the store's website here.
About McLaren Scottsdale:
McLaren Scottsdale is located at 8355 E. Raintree in the Scottsdale Airpark business district. Set to hold its grand opening party later this month, the dealership is the newest supercar retailer in Arizona.
Launched as a racing team over 50 years ago, McLaren is one of the most successful names in the history of Formula One. The team branched out in to road cars with the release of the McLaren F1, which at the time was the fastest production car available. The company currently offers the 12C and McLaren P1™ supercars. Based on current Formula One racing technology, these cars are some of the fastest and most exclusive vehicles available today.
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Barrett-Jackson hosts "The World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions" in Arizona, Palm Beach, Tahoe and Las Vegas. This year's show highlights include a Bugatti Veyron that is being auctioned off for Make-A-Wish Arizona and a former Michael Schumacher Formula One car. In all, over 1,500 cars will go up for sale during the Barrett-Jackson week.
SOURCE McLaren Scottsdale