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McLaren Speedtail Hits 250 MPH (403 km/h) @ KSC (Kennedy Space Center)

The dynamic development programme for the fastest and most technically advanced McLaren ever has concluded in fitting fashion with McLaren chief test driver, Kenny Brack, taking the new Speedtail up to its maximum speed of 403 km/h (250mph) at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA. The final high-speed tests in the ground-breaking hypercar’s extensive engineering validation process saw Speedtail prototype ‘XP2’ reach its maximum speed more than 30 times on the space shuttle landing runway at the Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds. The exercise concluded a programme of high-speed running carried out at multiple test facilities worldwide, including Idiada in Spain and Papenburg in Germany. Build of the first of 106 Speedtails that will be hand-assembled to customer order has now commenced at the McLaren Production Centre in Woking, UK, with deliveries scheduled from February 2020. “It’s fitting that the Speedtail’s high-speed test programme concluded with multiple maximum-spee

McLaren Speedtail- New Hyper-GT live from Geneva Motorshow 2019


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McLaren Speedtail leaving McLaren building

McLaren Speedtail (2018) Details / Erklärung

McLaren Speedtail

McLaren Automotive today reveals the stunning, streamlined form and sensational specification of the McLaren Speedtail. The next chapter in McLaren’s Ultimate Series, the Speedtail is the first Hyper-GT from the pioneering British company recognized for producing luxury sportscars and supercars that deliver extraordinary driving experiences. The Speedtail can achieve the highest maximum speed of any McLaren to date, reaching 250mph, yet will also deliver an unprecedented blend of contemporary craftsmanship, materials innovation and bespoke personalization. Just 106* will be created and all are already reserved, at a price of £1.75 million plus taxes. “McLaren has never built a vehicle like the Speedtail before. As our first ‘Hyper-GT’, the Speedtail is the ultimate McLaren road car; a fusion of art and science that combines an astonishing maximum speed with an iconic central-driving position and a truly pioneering approach to bespoke personalization. A ground-breaking hybrid powertr

The McLaren Speedtail

Full reveal  The McLaren Speedtail: a momentous unity of art, technology and velocity 26 Oct 2018 McLaren’s first ‘Hyper-GT’ and the ultimate McLaren road car; harmonises sleek and seamless beauty with pioneering technologies and extreme performance A car like no other: only 106 will be produced, all of which are already reserved at a price from £1.75million plus taxes Carbon fibre McLaren Monocage body structure unique to the Speedtail envelops McLaren F1-inspired central driving position and two additional passenger seats Teardrop-shaped cockpit and dramatically elongated, aerodynamically optimised, 5.2m carbon fibre body key to Speedtail being the most aero-drag efficient McLaren road car The fastest McLaren ever built, capable of 403km/h (250mph) Pioneering petrol-electric hybrid powertrain delivers a combined 1,050PS for acceleration of 0-300km/h (0-186mph) in 12.8 seconds Unique Velocity mode optimises the powertrain and active aerodynamics to achieve maxim

NEW McLaren Speedtail Hyper GT! 1000bhp, 250mph, £1.75M Before Tax!

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McLaren Speedtail: Global Reveal

Leaked? | McLaren Speedtail


Images are for editorial use only, and not for promotional purposes. The extent of bespoke made possible by McLaren’s Speedtail evidenced in beautiful bonnet badge Uniquely fashioned in 18 carat white gold with carbon fibre inlays McLaren’s next Ultimate Series and first ever Hyper-GT to be revealed on October 26, 13:00BST, at The 106 individuals who have reserved McLaren’s next Ultimate Series, the McLaren Speedtail, are being offered the chance to add a unique finishing touch to their 243mph-plus Hyper-GT by selecting from a range of optional finishes for their car’s badging. The material finish that McLaren has chosen to exhibit first is a combination of 18 carat white gold and carbon-fibre inlays. The materials used represent just one of the innovative ways Speedtail is combining art with extreme performance and is already proving popular with customers who have seen the car at its first private preview event. McLaren Automotive’s famous brand badge, f