By Jason Siu The McLaren F1 successor is expected to enter production in 2019.
Late last year, McLaren confirmed it was working on a three-seater, hybrid hypercar codenamed BP23 and that it would be limited to just 106 units. Now, Autoblog has gotten details on how the BP23 project came to be, and what we should expect once it debuts.
The F1’s successor will join the company’s Ultimate Series lineup and McLaren CEO Mike Flewitt said it actually started as a one-off model commissioned by a collector. At the time, the project was designed by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) and it didn’t take long before
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