- lad bible reported that the lively car has gone viral on social media
- Car parked outside St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel
- Londoners claim this is from the start of the pandemic
People have been stunned by a pink McLaren sports car parked in the same spot outside a London hotel for two years.
The car is regularly seen parked outside the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, next to King’s Cross St Pancras station in central London – and as passersby try to figure out whose it is, an unlikely TikTok It has become a sensation.
A TikToker named Gabby posted a video of the car asking, ‘When will this pink colored car run? This car has been a complete pandemic here.
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The McLaren King’s Cross is such a mainstay at St Pancras’s Renaissance Marriott Hotel that people have started speculating why it’s there
The clip has garnered 1.3 million views and over 78,000 likes, with many others commenting that they’ve seen it on a sports car.
One said: ‘Wait… I went through this like 7 months ago… is it still there?’
Another said he saw McLaren back in August.
As reported, Lively Ride has become an online celebrity lad bibleStating that Londoners claim it has been since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, many are confused as to why it is still there and whether it will ever be relocated.
The eye-catching car has gone viral on TikTok, with some claiming to be working in the hotel revealing that the car’s owner ‘has been a guest since the pandemic’
There was widespread speculation as to who owned the car, with some saying it was a male who stayed at the hotel, others saying they knew who the person was.
One commenter claiming to be a St Pancras Renaissance staff member said: ‘I actually work at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, a McLaren owned by a guest who moved into the hotel permanently near the start of the pandemic Because he was having trouble getting it. Back to your country.’
A TikTok account named SuperCarChannel92 posted Pink McLaren in May 2020 asking: ‘Chrome Pink McLaren anyone?’
The chrome-coated car was also posted several times in 2021 at the same location outside the Renaissance Hotel.
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