Some cars need little in the way of an introduction. This is one of them: the McLaren F1.
Designed by Gordon Murray, this 618hp beast was McLaren’s way of making the seemingly impossible possible (think Bugatti Veyron in the early-nineties). Boasting a 6.1l V12, a centred driving seat, and the first carbon fibre monocoque chassis ever used on a production road car, the F1’s top speed was an eye-watering 372kph, making it the then fastest production car in the world. And if that didn’t get you convulsing, the $970,000(ish) price tag usually did.
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