Articles about Mclaren Speedtail

That’s a lot of McLarens
McLaren has announced that it has built its 20,000th road car at its production center in Woking. The factory was completed only in 2011, so that number discounts the 106 iconic F1s that were built between 1992 and 1998. Impressive stuff.
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Power: 1,887hpTop speed: 415kphRimac claims the C_Two's four electric motors develop a combined 1,887hp and 2,300Nm of torque. The front wheels individually use a single-speed gearbox each, while the use of twin two-speed gearboxes at the
Using a prototype nicknamed ‘Albert’
Now you've digested the otherworldly looks of the 1,036hp, 400kph McLaren Speedtail, its maker can set about testing it on and off the public highway, without fear of its styling being papped. Durability tests, track shakedowns, and road trials are
It has big tires to fill
Sleek, isn't it? Long and low and lean and, well, sleek. A streamliner. This is it, the McLaren Speedtail, the car formerly known as BP23 and likely forever known as the spiritual successor to the F1. Three seats, stratospheric top speed
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