McLaren may have revealedalready, but it is not yet ready for customers. Prior to its annual development deployment, McLaren shows its first development prototype, bearing an interesting name with a little history behind it.
McLaren's first development prototype is called Albert. Yes, Albert, just like the first half of Paul McCartney, you just sang a kind of remember. Its official name is MVY02, but it went with the more digestible Albert as a recall for the development mules from the original F1
Albert rocker a unique liver that makes people know that it's a prototype, as well as a 720S-based bumper, but under the special skin, it's all in production, from the chassis of the drive to the three-seater cockpit . Albert will be taken into use during the next year that McLaren calls in the chassis, brakes, damper and creatures to ensure the car is ready for production. Deliveries are slated to begin in 2020, so McLaren has clear time.
Speedtail is going to shut down, full stop. The hybrid-electric drive will put out 1,035 horsepower, enough to drive the cabin to 186 miles per hour in just 12.8 seconds. It will peak at 250 mph, higher than the original McLaren F1. It has the same centrally-mounted driver's seat as F1, but the cockpit looks like something out of a science fiction movie.
If you have not already plunked money for Speedtail, you're not lucky. Only 106 will be built, the same production volume as O.G. F1 and they are all sold out. It will cost a cool $ 1.75 million, and US buyers will not even be able to drive dang things everyday – it can only be imported under the "Show or Show" rule, which is strictly limited annual mileage and the places it can be run because It is not technically the street is legal. The wellbore also has a fair share of problems you know.