New McLaren BP23 Will Go Faster Than Legendary F1


At least 243 miles per hour, indeed, thus exceeding the top speed of the McLaren F1.

McLaren has managed to keep most of the details under wraps, since we still don't know what it will actually be called and how much power the hybrid powertrain generates.

The new auto is something of a homage to the F1, featuring a three-seat layout and central driving position as a nod to its widely revered ancestor.

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Speaking of the reveal, McLaren will host a private debut for customers ahead of its public debut.

McLaren is to launch a three-seat hypercar that'll be the spiritual successor to the McLaren F1 - one of the world's fastest and most iconic performance cars.

Why 106? McLaren will build just 106 examples of the BP23 supercar, and each has already been sold for £1.6 million, or roughly $2.2 million United States dollars.

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BP23 is, unsurprisingly, not the car's final name - like the Senna, Senna GTR, P1, and P1 GTR before it, BP23 will come with a suitable name to reflect its capabilities. Production is scheduled to begin at the end of 2019, with all examples to be tailor made via the McLaren Special Operations division for added exclusivity. Further development of the BP23 is now underway at McLaren Special Operations (MSO), dedicated producers of McLaren Ultimate Series cars. Interior amenities remain unspecified and only the status of "most luxurious" is used to describe the car's comforts.

When the McLaren Senna finishes its production run of 500 vehicles, the Ayrton Senna homage auto will see a track-only version based on the Senna GTR Concept being shown in Geneva.

The BP23, which stands for "bespoke, project two, three seater", will, as the name implies, retain the F1's center seating position with two seats flanking the driver, but it won't chase lap records with its top-speed figure. He described BP23 as "a vehicle designed for longer journeys, but with the high levels of performance and driver engagement expected of any McLaren".

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