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The McLaren F1 is one of the fastest, most powerful and most expensive road cars ever. It was developed by McLaren Cars Ltd, a subsidiary of one of the world's leading Formula One Teams. Much of the experience gained with the team's F1 effort, combined with Gordon Murray's motivation to make the best road car regardless of profits, helped the McLaren F1 become the car it is.

Emphasis on the design was to get the highest power to weight ratio possible in a comfortable, road worthy machine. Lightweight F1 composites and metals were used throughout the car. Every detail, such as weight and response of the Kenwood stereo components, were given close attention.

The McLaren F1 was the first production to use a complete carbon fiber chassis and body. Such lightweight construction, combined with the BMW S70/2, 620 horsepower engine, helped the McLaren achieve 240.14mph in its XP5 pre-production trim. The success didn't stop on the road however, with special GTR versions winning Le Mans outright in 1995 and taking two FIA GT World Championships.

Source: Supercars.net

:: Specifications

General
Engine
Performance
Year : 1997
Make and Model : McLaren F1
Curb Weight : 1140 kg
Layout : Mid Longitudinal Engine/RWD, Torsen Differential
Transmission : 6-Speed Manual, Triple Plate Clutch
Configuration : BMW S70/260 ° V12
Displacement : 6064 cc
Power : 627.1 bhp (467.6 kw) @ 7400 rpm
Torque : 649.4 nm @ 5600 rpm
Redline : 7500 rpm
Top speed : 371.8 kmh (231 mph)
Acc. 0-100 kmh : 3.2 s
Acc. 0-160 kmh : 6.7 s
Acceleration 0-¼ mile : 11.6 s
Lateral Acc. : 0.86 g

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