The first McLaren Speedtail prototype is in the development phase, which will be one year earlier than the vehicle delivered to the customer for the first time in early 2020.
The test mule nicknamed his spiritual predecessor McLaren F1 and "Albert" in honor of the F1 Albert Drive estate.
Albert is slightly different from the Speedtail that was shown at launch: McLaren's prototype is still Speedtail, although the front car hatch and doors have been changed to make it easier to get in and out of the triple room, and the engineer proves different attributes in the real world.
McLaren does not announce which engine he is using for the Hybrid Hyper Car, but he is guessing the same V8 he used for the previous model. This time, it is connected to the upgraded hybrid power train, pushing 1,050 speed tails at 403 km / h.
McLaren Automotive Chief Test Driver and former IndyCar champion Kenny Bräck will be involved in the high-speed trials in the development process.
Speedtail will start production at the end of 2019, another 106 retreats to the original 106 F1s, and 106 million will be built. The price is £ 1.75 million plus $ 3 million in Canuck-bucks plus tax.