MCLAREN SPEEDTAIL, SCULPTED BY THE WIND

//MCLAREN SPEEDTAIL, SCULPTED BY THE WIND

McLaren today reveals the form and specifications of the McLaren Speedtail. The next chapter in McLaren’s Ultimate Series, the Speedtail is the first “Hyper-GT” from the British company recognised for producing luxury sportscars and supercars that deliver great driving experiences. The Speedtail can achieve the highest maximum speed of any McLaren to date, reaching 403 km/h (250mph), yet will also deliver an unprecedented blend of contemporary craftsmanship, materials innovation and bespoke personalisation. Just 106 will be created and all are already reserved, at a price of from £1.75million plus taxes.

McLaren Speedtail
McLaren Speedtail

The Speedtail can exceed the 243mph record peak speed of the legendary McLaren F1, a feat made possible by intense collaboration between McLaren’s design and engineering teams to deliver a peerless blend of aerodynamic, powertrain and dynamic excellence. The teardrop-shaped cockpit and aerodynamically optimised body are the foundation for the great aerodynamic drag efficiency, with innovative features such as carbon fibre front-wheel static aero covers, retractable digital rear-view cameras (in lieu of mirrors) and patented active rear ailerons furthering contributing to the ultra-low drag achieved.

McLaren Speedtail
McLaren Speedtail

The driver is positioned centrally in the luxurious cockpit, with seating for two additional passengers set slightly rearwards. There is luggage space within both the nose and tail of the vehicle and a bespoke luggage set is available to every owner, the carbon fibre, leather and metalwork on the cases being matched to the interior specification of their Speedtail. The model is built around a bespoke McLaren Monocage carbon fibre structure and benefits from lightweight engineering throughout, including an all-carbon fibre body, aluminium active suspension and carbon ceramic brakes. The powertrain is a pioneering petrol-electric hybrid developing a combined 1,050 hp to support the performance.

By | 2018-10-27T16:12:28+00:00 26 October 2018|NEWS|
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