Recently a video got some attention on Instagram as it showed not one but two F1’s with significant cracks on their windscreens.
The hand-painted bodywork and specially selected materials add huge money to the base price.
In addition to the blue hues, McLaren intends to offer orange and grey versions of this look.
Each of the 25 units has been spoken for with future owners having to fork out more than £3 million (approx. R70m).
It’s a pity the British beast will never be used as intended but it will make for quite the attraction in the AUD 39 million penthouse.
It will more than likely end up being used in the McLaren P1 successor.
Both variants can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.8 seconds.
These tweaks allow the roofless rocket to sprint to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.7 seconds.
It will be available in coupé and spider (convertible) variants from launch
It seems that McLaren needs more money than its new cars are currently bringing in and will be quite a challenge to get out of this dip.