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The fastest McLaren ever up for auction for $ 4 million

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ROME – With the new year comes a new appointment not to be missed for supercar collectors. On January 6, some enthusiasts could in fact indulge in an exclusive car Befana by winning the auction for an example of the fastest McLaren in history, the splendid Speedtail which has just 400 kilometers to its credit. The American specialist Mecum Auctions will put up for auction the specimen number 100 of the limited series of only 106 units of the special series made by the Woking factory (estimate 3.5-4 million dollars).

The car, belonging to the Michael Fux Collection, is a riot of carbon fiber and titanium (total weight of 1,430 kg) and comes with numerous “tailor made” details resulting from the craftsmen of the McLaren Special Operations department such as the Volcano Yellow livery made for hoc at the choice of the owner, same color used for the brake calipers in contrast with the glossy black of the 10-spoke alloy wheels, the engine guard, the diffuser and various other details.

And again by Mso are the leather interiors that reflect the tone of the bodywork, embellished with contrasting stitching, topstitching and embroidery on the headrests. The Speedtail is equipped with personalized aluminum badges with the progressive production number, the car key in zircon and the exhaust terminals with Stealth Titanium finish. The equipment of the car is completed by the fire extinguisher, the warning triangle and the first aid kit.

Under the hood there is a hybrid engine, consisting of an electric motor and a 4-liter twin-turbo V8, for a total power of 1,070 hp that allow the McLaren Speedtail to sprint from 0 to 300 km / h in 12.3 seconds and to reach the forbidden maximum speed of 403 km / h.


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