The McLaren MP4-12C is a high-performance sports cars from the independent car division based at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, England. The unique engineering will stimulate the world’s greatest sports cars.
The McLaren MP4-12C highlights is an innovative carbon fibre chassis structure: a strong and lightweight engineering solution and the first time a car has a one-piece carbon fibre frame.
This innovation in sports car design suggests that the 12C submits new standards in performance, safety, cost-effectiveness in an already aggressive area.
The McLaren MP4-12C is costing between £125,000 and £175,000 because offers performance and technology that transcends the world’s most reliable and modern supercars. The 12C will be produced by McLaren in the UK.
The advantages of carbon composite – lightweight, high durability and torsional rigidity, and endurance. It has been created to provide a much more linear structure overall which in turn gives to a more dense car that is more manageable to position on the road and more pleasant to drive.
The McLaren MP4-12C is powered by a 3.8 litre V8 twin-turbo engine generating approximately 600hp with the most economical possible fuel consumption and carbon footprint
The McLaren MP4-12C has been built throughout a difficult mechanical package that puts importance on aerodynamics, short dimensions, performance and effectiveness, practicality and luxury. It has a new chassis idea, original engine, unique gearbox, latest suspension system, modern telematics system; everything is new.
"With the McLaren MP4-12C, we are determined to deliver the best car in its sector by almost any measure. It is our philosophy to push what is possible in car design and engineering and bring innovation and engineering excellence to the performance car world. We have an incredibly dedicated team at McLaren who continue to drive this company to ever greater achievements, and the 12C represents the passion within, as the first of this new range of performance cars from McLaren,"
said Ron Dennis, McLaren Automotive Chairman.
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