TVR will reveal a new high-performance model at the Goodwood Revival, the first launch by the company in more than a decade. We understand only a handful of information about the as-yet unnamed design. It will weigh about 1,200 kg, and will be functioned by a 5.0-litre Cosworth-developed V8. An anticipated power output of 480bhp
Called the i-TRIL, it offers a look of what Toyota envisions is the future of specific urban movement. It is able to carry 3– a motorist up front with 2 passengers behind on either flank similar to a McLaren F1– the concept behind the car is to maximise cabin space while reducing external footprint so
It’s been just five years since McLaren provided its first production road automobile since the much-beloved, however highly-exclusive, F1. And with regards to development cycles, five years isn’t really that much time, especially when you think about that McLaren has introduced not one or three automobiles, but a total of five models. It appears that
Search the performance numbers for any McLaren supercar and you’ll be amazed, but then how is the brand performing as a reasonably new member in the high-pressure club of exotic automakers? Let’s see. McLaren North America simply reported its sales for the first half of 2016. Sales are currently up 78 percent from January to
McLaren’s F1 supercar indeed continues to surprise us with many of their unique points. Even now it’s still the world’s fastest production car with a naturally aspirated engine, and McLaren just built 106 F1s. Jalopnik went to McLaren and discovered another special aspect to the F1: a 20-year-old laptop. McLaren is still servicing the existing
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer anticipates F1 innovation obtained from the firm’s supercar collaboration with Red Bull Racing to appear in the next-gen Vanquish. Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing made obvious that their AM-RB 001 hypercar (rendering above) would make use of Formula One tech, however the advanced motorsports understanding will likewise flow down
In his latest webisode of Jay Leno’s Garage, we got to see the engine that powered the legendary McLaren F1 model. Although the McLaren P1 has been revealed very recently, one would certainly remember its well known predecessor, the F1 model. Work on the model started back in the year 1990 and after four years
Released in 1992, the McLaren F1 is a legendary car, that although it turned 20 this year, it still is at the top of the classification of the super-cars. For a long time, the McLaren F1 was the fastest car in the world, and even today it’s difficult to beat, reaching 60 in 3.2 seconds,
A successor to the F1 supercar is the next surprise that McLaren is going to spring upon us after the MP4-12C, with its debut fixed for 2012. AutoCar source magazine has labeled this car as a “revolutionary hypercar and one which will be instantly recognizable as such.” Built on carbon fiber monocoque similar to the
Matt Williams is a recent graduate of Coventry University’s Transportation Design degree program. The LM5 Concept was produced as his final year project. This exotic school project is designed as a successor to the legendary McLaren F1.
Last night’s episode of Top Gear proved again, that they are the best (car)entertainment show. Best part of the show was a one-mile drag race in Abu Dhabi between Stig and Richard Hammond. Stig was driving the amazing McLaren F1 and Hammond picked a red Veyron.
Last week something horrible happened as one of the fastest and rarest supercars pretty much burned down in Santa Rosa, California. Even though the car was insured for 2 million dollars(not 3 million as reported earlier), its owner(and everyone else) wants to see it back on the road.
McLaren F1 is one of the fastest and rarest supercars out there. A total of 106(7 of them prototypes and 28 race cars for FIA GT series) units were built between 1992-1998. Out of that 64 were regular F1s, 5 were F1 LMs and two were street-legal F1 GTs.