Auto review: McLaren’s new GT is mesmerizing despite its semantics

There are so many terms in English that make no sense, particularly in the category of food. Consider that Boston Cream Pie isn’t a pie but rather a cake. Or that white chocolate isn’t made from cocoa, so it’s not chocolate. Then again, hot dogs aren’t made from canines, and Buffalo wings aren’t made from bison. But there are other language traps for those new to the English language. Why do we park in a driveway and drive on the parkway? How come retail signs say, “all items on sale”? Aren’t they always available for purchase? This comes to mind when considering the McLaren GT, the brand’s ne…

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