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News A McLaren Hyper-GT car in the future

A McLaren Hyper-GT car in the future

^All we know about this future car is that it will be codenamed BP23 and, according to McLaren, will achieve the highest top speed of any of their cars.

Yeah, that’s all we know… How’s that for one massive tease of a teaser?

The legendary McLaren F1 from the 90s had managed what was once unthinkable, that is reach a certified top speed of 240.1 mph (386.4 km/h). The question is whether or not it McLaren’s intention is to outdo Koenigsegg. If you recall, late last year, the Swedish super-hyper-car maker established all kinds of speed records in Nevada including clipping a top speed of 284 mph (454 km/h). We suppose that’s not McLaren’s thing but we’re sure that if they really wanted too…

McLaren Hyper GT

It is easy to speculate that this Hyper-GT will have something in common with the insane P1, namely utilise some form of hybridization, or more specifically, it should be electrified. We’ll find out eventually.

No word as to when the car will break cover but we’re guessing they’re already all spoken for…

McLaren Hyper GT

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Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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