No less than 18 units of the very impressive McLaren F1 have been recently spotted together in Tuscany, Italy, at the McLaren F1 Owners Club annual meeting.
Last time we were writing about a McLaren F1 we have seen its underbody panels after an unfortunate accident which most likely ended its life. But this brand new video is showing no less than 18 units of the same supercar which were attending the McLaren F1 Owners Club annual meeting, in Tuscany, Italy. Twelve units of the model in question were the “regular” F1s while the other six were F1 GTRs. There were also some 650Ss and some 12Cc attending the meeting, along with two P1s.
The McLaren F1 used to be the fastest production supercar in the world. This has been assembled in just 106 units between 1992 and 1998 and it was offered in a two-door coupe body style, with a rear mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The F1 stands at 4,287 mm long, 1,820 mm wide and 1,140 mm tall, weighing in at 1,1,38 kg. Power is coming from a 6.1 liter V12 engine, rated at 627 HP (468 kW) and 651 Nm (480 lb-ft) of torque. The 0 to 100 km/h acceleration is made in just over 3 seconds and top speed stands at 382 km/h (240 mph).
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