Britain-based McLaren only recently started manufacturing cars in the last few years, but has proven itself as an interesting alternative to Ferrari and other supercar makers.
Least Expensive: The McLaren 570S was the least expensive vehicle in the British brand's lineup, setting buyers back around $210,000 for a coupe. With that model now gone, the Artura plug-in hybrid starts around $225,000.
Most Expensive: It's no $2.3 million Speedtail, but the McLaren Elva's $1.7 million price tag is nothing to sneeze at. The carbon-fiber hyper-roadster makes 804 hp, comes sans windshield, roof and windows, and is the lightest production McLaren ever built. Plus, it's a hoot to drive.