🔹 2020 McLaren SPEEDTAIL | The F1 Successor 🔹
McLaren finally officially presented the new Speedtail, the spiritual successor of the mythical F1 that is specifically manufactured to go as fast as possible.
With certain reminiscences of other extremely aerodynamic models, such as the Jaguar XJ220 or the Volkswagen XL1, the Speedtail's carbon fiber body seems to have been designed to furrow the air with minimal effort.
The Speedtail replaces traditional rearview mirrors with a pair of retractable cameras, whose images are shown inside the cabin. In Velocity mode, designed to ensure maximum speed, folds the cameras and reduces the height of the assembly by 35 millimeters to further improve fluid dynamics.
Meanwhile, a pair of mobile ailerons are located at the rear of the rear cover, which can be adjusted according to the different support needs: either to reach the maximum possible speed or to act as an 'air brake'. Designed in flexible carbon fiber, they are operated by a hydraulic system.
The McLaren Speedtail 2020 uses a hybrid propulsion system, whose scheme has not determined the brand. Although, put to imagine, we believe that it uses an evolution of the 4.0 V8 biturbo engine, along with a more powerful electric unit than the one used by the P1. In any case, the result is spectacular, as it delivers a combined maximum power of 1,050 hp. It can accelerate from 0 to 300 km/h in 12.8 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 403 km/h.
Like the McLaren F1 that we fell in love with in the past, the Speedtail 'places' the driver in the center of the cabin, with the two passengers sitting behind, to his right and left. The steering wheel is 'surrounded' by three digital screens, while the controls from which the change is operated or the windows are moved to a console on the roof. In addition, it adopts an electrochromic glass on the top of the windshield, which allows you to dispense with the classic parasols.
Check out the walkaround video here 👉 http://ow.ly/ooqc50vBaTh
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