A purveyor of expensive, capable, small-batch British sports cars, McLaren's first car was the inimitable McLaren F1. Currently, the automaker produces five cars, with price tags ranging from about $150,000 all the way past $1 million.
It's a throwback to the days of the F1 supercar program.
The automaker has finally divulged some important details about its track-only brute.
Only 106 examples of the 1,035-horsepower Speedtail will be produced.
The Carfection team discuss McLaren's latest hypercar, the Paris Motor Show and more.
The first one it's showing off includes carbon fiber and 18-karat white gold.
It should be able to top the F1's top speed of 243 mph, which is pretty bonkers.
The $37,000 option makes the 720S lose 50 pounds and sound better, but that's most of it.
It's still got more than 700 horsepower but now it's lighter, louder and smarter.