McLaren filed a nickname "McLaren GT" in the United States and the United Kingdom last year, the application for which was recently accepted.
Since the "GT" name meets the "minimum fill requirements", it can also be used on a future product. And with the three-seater Hypercar which is currently in development, this is a great eyebrow-raiser.
McLaren himself described the beast as " Hyper-GT ", in addition to the codename BP23, so perhaps this was her way of letting the world know that she is actually referred to as "GT". And since their current flagship is the Senna it seems plausible enough that the British company would break away from normal nomenclature.
Expected to be unveiled in the coming months, according to CEO Mike Flewitt, it will basically be a modern McLaren F1. It will be in just 106 units and with a three-seat layout, just like the iconic supercar of the 1990s and will also be packed with the latest technology in Woking.
As a result, it will be more powerful than the hybrid P1 which is capable of reaching a top speed of over 393 km / h.
There is only one big Deal Breaker – all 106 units of the McLaren GT are already sold out. Even though an official price of £ 1.6 million (equivalent to $ 2,220,520) is required without tax. So even if you could afford it, you can not buy it directly from the factory, so you should keep a close eye on the used car market.
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