British manufacturer McLaren has confirmed that its yet unnamed "Hyper-GT" will have a top speed upwards of 243mph - surpassing the brand's fastest ever vehicle, the F1.
Speaking at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, CEO of McLaren Automotive, Mike Flewitt revealed more details about the latest hypercar. We should see it in all its glory later this year before production starts in 2019.
The BP23 will have a centrally mounted driving position inspired by the F1, however the powertrain will be vastly different: a petrol-electric hybrid, as opposed to the F1's 6.1-litre V12. You're too late. McLaren will be hosting a private showing of the auto to just 106 people - of the 106, all are customers who have already purchased the vehicle for £1.6 million or AU$2.8 million. Want one? Well, tough.
The production of the McLaren Hyper-GT will be limited to just 106 units, and all the units were sold out even before the official announcement made in November 2016. McLaren is yet to reveal the detailed specifications of the new hypercar.
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In the engine compartment hypercar McLaren BP23 Hyper-GT will be installed hybrid power plant with total capacity of 900 horsepower.
The new "Hyper-GT" will break cover later this year, possibly at the 2018 Paris motor show.
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"We are calling BP23 a "Hyper-GT" because it's a auto designed for longer journeys, but with the high levels of performance and driver engagement expected of any McLaren".
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