McLaren F1 Returning As Hyper-GT

Posted: Jul 21 2016, 5:13am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

McLaren F1 Returning as Hyper-GT
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  • McLaren F1 is coming back as “Hyper-GT”

The famous McLaren is going to get re-born as Hyper GT.

F1 is the most iconic car made by McLaren up till now. The car is not going to be re born as a hyper car. The three seated layout of this iconic car is going to make an appearance in the year 2018.

It will become an extra fast and luxurious new McLaren Gran Tourer after being modified. We are hoping to get a bhp of 700 plus and a V8 engine in this monster of a car. The estimated price tag will be close of 2 million pounds.

The F1 McLaren is finally getting to be reinvented. This project was in the stream line for a long time now. It will be reinvented under the special feature of McLaren. The Special Operations Divisions of the company are looking after this project and they are actually responsible for making the car come back to life in a new avatar.

The car will surely have multiple stand out features and will pay homage to the original F1. These will include the three seated lay out, extension of the roof’s central vein and roof snorkel, according to AutoCar. Along with that it will showcase powered dihedral doors. All in all, it will be a super powerful GT- car.

The car will certainly provide a sensation speed in true style. The car is being designed in a much refined way then ever which will result in its super cool looks.

Along with that a 700 horsepower will surely make it a sporty enough car for anyone who loves to drive a McLaren. We can expect a speed of 0-100 mph in 6.3 seconds which is currently delivered by 650S as well. Otherwise this F1 might get more power to give more speed too.

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