25 years after the Mclaren F1 set the milestone for what a road-legal car was capable of, McLaren released the true successor — the Mclaren Speedtail. The hypercar features a hybrid powertrain that delivers 1,035 hp, making it capable of doing 0-186 MPH in 12.8 seconds. Aerodynamics have been main focus and panel gaps are almost non-existent. Carbon fiber wheel covers for the front and active aerodynamics at the rear maximize efficiency and downforce. Only 106 Speedtails will be made and each one has already been sold.
The McLaren Speedtail unveiled in details
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