McLaren Speedtail Hypercar

Oct 29, 2018

Category: Rides

McLaren finally unveiled their Speedtail Hypercar and it’s the futuristic road rocket we’ve all hoped for. Just looking at this masterful piece of machinery and you almost expect it to have a lightspeed button so it can travel through hyperspace.

The hypercar houses a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, putting out 1,035 horsepower. It has a monstrous top speed of 250 mph, which is faster than the F1’s 243 mph, and it can jump to 186 mph in only 12.8 seconds. The carbon-fiber hypercar also has retractable side-view cameras, aluminum active suspension, Pirelli P-Zero tires, carbon-ceramic brakes, and a windshield made from electrochromic glass, which you’re able to dim at the touch of a button. Step inside the teardrop-shaped cabin and find three seats with the driver seat at the center, touchscreens around the three-spoke steering wheel, and buttons on the panel overhead to control the vehicle’s active dynamics. There will only be 106 examples made.

Purchase: $2,240,000

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