McLaren F1 is the most powerful supercar produced by McLaren between the years 1994-1998, from the 100 cars: 65 are street versions, 5 are LMs (which was build to honor victory at Le Mans in 1995) and 3 are Gts (the road versions of the 1997 F1 GTR racing car) and 28 F1 GTR made for the roads.
The Chief Engineer Gordon Murroy`s concept refers to the use of expensive materials like: carbon, titanium, gold and for the first time, the use of carbon fiber monocoque chassis.
Power? Here is a good question, the car has the power output at 627 horsepower or has an imperial HP. The super car is powered by an 6 L V12 engine built by BMW, 627 HP at 7400 rmp, same as road car version.
The car has a top speed of 386 km/h or 240 mph (very good speed for 1994) and can reach a speed of 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds, 200 km/h in 6.7 seconds and 300 km/h in 30 seconds. The McLaren F1 was the fastest car in the world until Bugatti Veyron was introduced.
When it was first introduced, it was priced at $970,000. This type of car is not produced anymore and it is very rare to find one of these on the market.
Vehicle Type: - production car, two doors coupe
Price: - $970,000
Configuration: - Mid Engine / RWD
Engine: - V12
Capacity: - 6064 cc
Torque: - 479 lb-ft at 4000 rmp
Horsepower: - 627 bhp at 7400 rpm
Transmission: - 6-speed manual
Wheelbase: - 107
Length: - 168.9 inches
Width: - 71.7 inches
Height: - 44.9 inches
Weight: - 2513 lbs
0-60 mph: - 3.2 sec
Top speed: - 240 mph

road testing McLaren F1 Car