The driver and passenger escaped with only minor injuries following the crash at Heywood, near Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
Emergency services hurried to the scene to find that the bright orange £145,000 model collided with the property and a telegraph pole.
Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service said they were sent to the site shortly before 6.30am on Sunday, arriving to find the two occupants already out of the auto.
2 walking wounded. vehicle involved in fire.
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Fire crews were able to extinguish the flames and shored up the house with special rescue equipment.
Fire crews from Trowbridge found the occupants had escaped the burning McLaren 570S by the time they arrived on the scene.
Only small patches of the car's orange paintwork were visible in the blackened, twisted wreckage. House shored up and made safe using HRU (heavy rescue unit).
Trowbridge fire service identified the vehicle as a McLaren 570S, which is considered the manufacturer's more affordable, entry-level model.
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