McLaren Solus GT
German Car Forum » McLaren
by StartYourEngines
1y ago
Track-only, single seater McLaren built in 25 units (apparently already sold). Main specifications: - Sub 1000 kg dry weight (apparently, it is 915 kg dry) - Race-derived NA V10, 5.2 L, Judd-based engine revving up to 10'500 rpm - Peak power of 840 PS at 10'000 rpm - 7-speed race gearbox - LMP-spec slick tyres - Carbon brakes - More than 1200 kg of downforce at 240 km/h (apparently, in McLaren they quoted 1400 kg of downforce at 240 km/h to some customers) The car will come in 2023 and the... Read more ..read more
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McLaren: What's Next
German Car Forum » McLaren
by dalab
1y ago
SOLUS, AERON AND AONIC? McLaren could in the medium term do without numerical designations... Read more ..read more
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McLaren Senna (P15)
German Car Forum » McLaren
by TopspeedPT
2y ago
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Mclaren Elva
German Car Forum » McLaren
by mihc
2y ago
New Mclaren Elva! Limited production, 399 will be made. 815HP. Lightest Mclaren road car ever... Read more ..read more
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Mclaren F1/ LM picture thread
German Car Forum » McLaren
by Zafiro
2y ago
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Mclaren MSO BC-03
German Car Forum » McLaren
by WBarnes
2y ago
Mclaren MSO BC-03 - McLaren Life Information confirmed: Only five copies. -... Click to expand... Read more ..read more
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Fifth Gear: Mclaren F1 drive test
German Car Forum » McLaren
by mihc
2y ago
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McLaren P1 GTR
German Car Forum » McLaren
by Mark ANTAR
2y ago
Here's the official press release with some nice hi-res... Read more ..read more
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McLaren MV614 Hybrid 2020 / 2021
German Car Forum » McLaren
by Toldi911
2y ago
Spied: McLaren MV614 Hybrid 2020 / 2021 ..read more
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Mclaren 765LT
German Car Forum » McLaren
by mihc
2y ago
Quick stats. 765HP, 800Nm of torque, 1229kg dry weight, 1339kg kerb weight. 0-100 in 2,7s, 0-200... Read more ..read more
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