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News £1.75million for McLaren's Ultimate Series, The Speedtail

£1.75million for McLaren’s Ultimate Series, The Speedtail

McLaren’s slowly but surely releasing information on their next hyper car, or Hyper-GT. As the title of the story reveals, they will retail for £1.75million and there was only 106 available to purchase.

At this point, we’re well used to the fact that whenever a new super-fast hyper-ballistic mega-car is announced, they’re already sold out. If we had the money, we too would want in on what promises to be a mixing of the McLaren’s best-of-the-best F1 and P1.

Track Pack + 2019 Mclaren 720S = More Fast on the Track

The McLaren Speedtail will feature a centrally-mounted driving position with two seats either side, a combined 1,000PS+ (1,000 horsepower) from its hybrid petrol-electric drivetrain and a top speed that will exceed 243 mph (390 km/h).

The new McLaren Speedtail will deliver an unmatched blend of craftsmanship, exotic material innovations and bespoke personalization through McLaren Special Operations (MSO).

Production of the McLaren Speedtail will begin at the end of next year. More technical details will be divulged online at cars.mclaren.com at 8:00am EDT/5:00am PDT on Friday, October 26.

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