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McLaren Automotive has come a long way in the last decade and while the original MP4-12C didn’t receive the same critical acclaim as its rival, the Ferrari 458 Italia, it is still a very impressive car and now, is available for very reasonable prices on the used car market.

A browse through the classifieds reveals that there are dozens of used MP4-12Cs on sale in the United States, many of which are being offered for less than $100,000. That’s quite cheap compared to the supercar’s original MSRP of $229,000 in 2012. This particular MP4-12C for sale through Bring A Trailer is one example that could prove to be a real bargain.

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The listing reveals that this MP4-12C was originally delivered to McLaren San Francisco and purchased new by the seller. It is painted McLaren Orange with a piano black roof. It also features a carbon fiber front splitter, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser, while also sporting small Union Jack flags on the rear quarter panels. It rolls on 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires measuring 235/35 and 305/30 respectively, and comes with carbon-ceramic brakes.

The cabin sports bucket seats clad in black leather with Alcantara inserts. Other parts of the interior are also clad in Alcantara, while orange contrasting stitching is also found throughout.

Powering the MP4-12C is a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 with a flat-plane crankshaft that produces 592 hp and 443 lb-ft (600 Nm) of torque. This example is equipped with the optional Sport Exhaust and, when new, had a sticker price of $293,552.

 

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This, ladies and gentlemen, is what can happen if you don’t pay attention while driving.

The following photo was recently shared to the Tesla Model Y group on Facebook and shows a white Model Y that rear-ended a white SUV.

The incident occurred in Miami Beach and, according to the person who shared the photo, the driver of the Tesla claimed that the Autopilot system failed to brake, sending the EV slamming into the rear of the SUV. While it’s possible Autopilot was enabled at the time of the crash, the system still requires drivers to pay attention and be ready to intervene at all times.

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It is unclear how fast the Tesla was traveling at the moment of impact, but the damage caused is significant. The entire front end of the Model Y has been crushed and at least one of the wheels appears to have been destroyed. Meanwhile, the SUV’s bumper has been badly damaged and as the vehicle is now sitting on the windshield of the Model Y, it too has probably been cracked.

Regardless of whether or not Autopilot was enabled at the time of the crash, it’s pretty obvious that the driver of the Tesla is to blame for the crash and will have some explaining to do to the authorities – and, possibly, their insurance provider.

Bad news for fans of the Playstation’s premier racing game: Gran Turismo 7’s release has been pushed from 2021 to 2022.

The revelation came during an interview with Jim Ryan, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s CEO, conducted by GQ. The magazine asked about the game’s release date and had a PR professional jump in to deliver the following statement.

“GT7 has been impacted by Covid-related production challenges and therefore will shift from 2021 to 2022,” wrote Sony in a statement. “With the ongoing pandemic, it’s a dynamic and changing situation and some critical aspects of game production have been slowed over the past several months.”

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As for an exact release date, Sony provided no further information than that it will be released next year. Indeed, Gran Turismo’s developers aren’t the only ones grappling with the pandemic. Several high-profile video games were delayed due to the same reason, like Deathloop, Far Cry 6, Halo Infinite, and more.

Gran Turismo 7’s first trailer was released in June as part of a Sony livestream event. The game is the first in almost seven years given a number and a place in the canonical Gran Turismo series. Although Gran Turismo Sport came out between games 6 and 7, its greater focus on e-sports meant that it was considered more of a spin-off than the numbered series.

Indeed, Kazunori Yamauchi, the CEO of Polyphony Digital who’s responsible for developing Gran Turismo, suggested in an interview earlier this month that the new installment would take a step away from GT Sport and return to the more familiar gameplay style of earlier entries into the series.