2016 McLaren F1

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The 2016 McLaren F1 designed, engineered and built showing, its great driver’s car in world. The 2016 McLaren F1 redefined the very concept supercar when it launched in 1993 and its successor spiritually, the McLaren P1™, you would do the same 20 years later.

Even after two decades it first appeared, the McLaren F1 is still looking forward to his time. It combined with the speed of the ordinary everyday usability in a way that no other modern supercar could. The McLaren P1 ™ every inch his rightful successor. Although the headline writers loved the fact that the McLaren F1 was the fastest production car in the world – setting a record 240.1mph – its greatest legacy was its technical innovation. It was the first car to be designed in a bathtub of carbon fiber, a technology pioneered by McLaren in Formula 1, and the heart of all our current models. The McLaren F1 and its hand-built V12 engine as the department stressed, had a central driving position unique, and quest design team for perfection is so lightweight gold foil was used in the engine bay to reflect heat. Although it was never designed for the competition, the F1 and morphed into a very successful race car – winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995.

2016 McLaren F1 Design

The best-looking cars are the ones with the real substance and style. The 2016 McLaren P1™ is a stunning piece of automotive design, but you will not find any decorations or frivolous styling features to it. Everyone has been designed to work, all the parts have been given the same aerodynamic as if it was part of a plane or a car Formula 1™.

The 2016 McLaren F1 bodywork is the ‘shrink-wrapped’ as tightly as possible on the mechanical hard points of the vehicle cockpit sits right at the center. This approach helps to reduce the specific surface area, but also makes it easier to manage Walking on the surface of the bodywork and into the roof snorkel engine intake and the active parts of the Aero. It looks awesome, and it works very well.

2016 McLaren F1 Interior

Good was not good enough for the McLaren P1 ™, which is why manufacture special seats lightweight and ultra-thin carbon fiber shells. Despite the construction of their low mass, very strong, a long but comfortable journey. Lightweight seats are mounted on brackets and their backs are fixed at the time of the large 28-degree angle. Seats finished weight of just 10.5kg each.

2016 McLaren P1 Model

2016 McLaren P1 Model

2016 McLaren F1 carbon fiber does not just save weight, it can also be beautiful – a point proved by the immaculately trimmed interior. The wheel carbon and Alcantara steering has been ergonomically designed, and buttons because DRS and PAS systems easily. Instrumentation is displayed on the three-TFT screens and four switchable modes.

2016 McLaren F1 Engine

There is a strong challenge performance car than the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The 20.8km (12.9-mile) track in northern Germany 150 rooms and 300 meters (984 feet) changes in height. It’s tight and bumpy, and the crests sharp enough to cause the car like the McLaren P1 ™ to quit several times during a fast lap. Barriers to stay close to the track, a few corners you have any run-off, and the margin for error is almost non-existent. In short, it’s about the best place in the world to check the total of the parts of the car, and make sure they provide the skilled driver to go fast.

The McLaren P1 ™ is assembled to provide a seven-minute lap sub of the Nordschleife. To view, 7: 06.5 was quick sufficient to James Hunt to safe pole spot in his McLaren M23 at the time of the last Formula 1 ™ race at the track in 1976 For our engineering team, who overcame the challenge would both be assured of their work, and guarantees the performance icon status for the McLaren P1 ™.

2016 McLaren F1 Efficiency

Official fuel consumption figures in the UK mpg (l / 100km) for the McLaren P1 ™ (3,799 (cc) of fuel, the 7-speed dual Shift ability clutch Gearbox (SSG)): a combined 34.0 (8.3), in the cities: n / a, extra urban: n / a. Official combined CO2 emissions: 194g / km. Statistics quoted efficiency are related to the results of the official NEDC test, are presented only for the purpose of comparability, and may not reflect the actual driving experience.

Price : The 2016 McLaren F1 (2014) $3.36, but 2016 McLaren F1’s exact price yet not available.