McLaren supercar worth over £100,000 seized in Manchester city centre for 'anti-social' driving

The car was seized on Oxford Road. Credit: MEN Media/GMP Traffic

The driver of a car worth well over £100,000 has had their vehicle seized after an early morning incident.

The McLaren supercar was stopped by an officer from Greater Manchester Police outside All Saints Park on Oxford Road in Manchester city centre in the early hours of Monday morning, 17 June, after the driver was spotted driving the vehicle in "anti-social manner".

It was seen driving through Rusholme before being stopped just short of Mancunian Way.

Most McLaren supercars are worth in the range of £100,000 for a car that can do 0-60mph in three seconds or less, to the McLaren P1, which typically sells for more than £1 million.

The McLaren 570s, which this car resembles, starts from £145,000, with a top speed of 204mph.In their description of the 570s model, McLaren state: "It’s the ultimate sports car experience. Completely driver-centric and performance oriented, the McLaren 570S Coupé is equally at home on the track as it is on the open road."The McLaren 570S is the lightest sportscar in its class and has the highest power to weight ratio, it delivers super car punch and thrills that would shame many more expensive rivals."The driver of the expensive McLaren supercar was reported and had his vehicle seized after being stopped by the GMP motorcycle unit.