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The 12C is the first McLaren designed and built production car since the legendary F1. A pure McLaren, its innovative design and Formula 1™ inspired technologies make it one of the most versatile and potent supercars on the road.
The intuitive telematics touchscreen gives you full control over the 12C’s entertainment, media and communications systems. The IRIS system adds state-of-the-art navigation, and includes a bespoke seven-speaker Meridian audio experience that delivers fully immersive surround-sound. The ISG delivers aural entertainment. From a subtle background note to a loud, dramatic, guttural snarl, the ISG lets you programme the level of engine noise you hear in the cabin.
An Incredible Finish
Mixed by hand. Painted by hand. Finished to perfection. Our 3-stage, Formula 1™ inspired paint technology ensures the colour, tint, lustre and finish of the 12C’s paintwork is flawless. It also keeps the paint weight to an absolute minimum. Many of our Special and Elite paint finishes contain a higher level of metallic and pearlescent content. Using exclusive pigments and a greater holographic effect, these highly crafted finishes compliment the car’s aero-led design by accentuating every line, curve and contour of the body.
Lighter. Stronger. Faster.
Reducing wheel weight is more effective than removing weight from any other part of the car, which is why we obsess over every detail of our wheels. Mass is stripped. Strength is increased. Performance is enhanced. Our specialist Pirelli tyres come with wheels in five and ten spoke designs, and in a range of stunning finishes including Diamond Cut and Stealth.
Carbon Fibre Monocell
We pioneered the use of carbon fibre in Formula 1™ and in production road cars. Our knowledge and experience of carbon fibre is unrivalled and our success with it is unmatched. For over 30 years, every car we have made has had carbon fibre at its core. It took 4,000 hours to make each carbon fibre chassis on the McLaren F1. Twenty years of innovation later, it takes just 4 hours to produce the MonoCell at the heart of the 12C.
It took hundreds of hours of advanced computational fluid dynamics, weeks of wind tunnel testing and an obsession with perfection to create the contours of the 12C. Technically beautiful and performance focused, the 12C is an aerodynamic work of art.
|Type||3.8L Twin Turbo V12|
|Transmission||Transverse 6-Speed Manual w/AP Triple Plate Clutch|
|Technology||Twin Turbo chargers, Dry Sump|
|Maximum Power||616 bhp / 460 kw at 7,500 rpm|
|Suspension Type||ProActive Chassis Control|
|Maximum torque||600 Nm (443 lb-ft) @ 3,000 rpm|
|Maximum revs||7,500 rpm|
Dimensions and Weight
|Body Structure||Carbon Fibre MonoCell|
|Dry weight||1,336 kg|
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