Articles about Mclaren Speedtail

Who would have thought?
If you had to sum up a Huracan in a sentence, you could do worse than 'an Audi R8 made pointier and more impractical in every single way.' The Lambo takes the same ingredients and mixes in worse visibility, a less user-
How much of it involves actual flying skill?
If you watched Top Gear series 28, you'll have seen the 402kph McLaren Speedtail lose a race. A race against a 1,931kph F-35 fighter jet, mind you. Very little shame in that.Keen to know more, we headed to
Automotive excess or engineering pinnacles?
Okay, we're going to try to get through this article without mentioning the gilded age, the 1%, being rich as Croesus, or anything like that. Each time we fail, we're going to put 20 bucks in a jar. We would
It’s one of the coolest races we’ve seen in a while
The McLaren Speedtail is one beautifully built hypercar, and even without the badge and the name, its physique alone screams that it's a car built for great speeds. The aerodynamic structure on the outside and the solo bucket seat for the
This is fast becoming our favorite McLaren
Someone cleverer than I am will be able to explain why placing the steering wheel and the driver's seat in the center of a car's cabin makes it feel so special. Why it tugs at the emotional connection between man
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So far we know the square root of bugger-all about the new Mk8 GTI, other than the fact it's definitely happening. We can't see VW straying too far from the tried-and tested formula, though, so expect front-wheel
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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