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Power, pace and peerless quality, the legendary F1 is a technological masterpiece. The fastest production car of its time. The finest sports car of its generation. For many, the greatest supercar ever built.
Engineered to Perfection
Brilliance takes time. It took four years to meticulously plan, design and build the all-conquering F1. Beautifully engineered and exceptionally quick, the F1 broke numerous world records during the ‘90s, and it remains the fastest naturally aspirated road car ever built. Only 106 cars were made in a limited production run, making the F1 one of the most exclusive cars in the world today.
After analysing existing supercar performance characteristics, the F1’s handpicked engineering team rethought every element of sports car design. Drawing on McLaren’s Formula 1™ expertise, and with an uncompromising approach to design, they stripped weight, reduced drag and increased downforce. Every millimetre of the F1 was deliberated to create the world’s most exhilarating car.
Weight Saving Design
To enhance performance, handling, braking and sheer driving feel, the F1 team knew they would have to minimise weight – everywhere. Lighter and stronger than aluminium, the F1 was the first road car with a carbon fibre chassis. Its weight-saving wheels were made from magnesium alloy. The supporting sub-structure was made from titanium. Even the toolkit, made from titanium, was 50% lighter than a steel kit.
Driven to Innovate
From the Formula 1 inspired telemetry to the pioneering carbon chassis, the F1’s innovative technologies were decades ahead of its time. Some of the most influential engineering highlights, like the carbon fibre tub, dihedral doors, flat underbody and Airbrake are still signature features on today’s McLarens.
at 7,400 rpm
at 4,000 rpm
|Transmission||Transverse 6-Speed Manual w/AP Triple Plate Clutch|
|Technology||Twin Turbo chargers, Dry Sump|
|Maximum Power||627 bhp / 468 kw at 7,400 rpm|
|Suspension Type||Double Wishbone, Light Alloy Dampers|
|Maximum torque||694.4 Nm (479 lb-ft) @ 5,600 rpm|
|Maximum revs||7,500 rpm|
Dimensions and Weight
|Body Structure||Carbon Fibre Monocoque|
|Curb weight||1,140 kg|
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