A white example of the classic and yet extremely impressive McLaren F1 is expected to find a new owner for approximately 14 million USD at an auction, next month.
The only white example of a McLaren F1 is currently looking for a new owner and chances are it will find him at an auction which will take place next month, courtesy of Gooding & Company. The example pictured above has been produced back in 1995 and despite 19 years passing onto it, it has only covered 1,617 km (1,000 miles). Over its lifetime, it has been owned by three people.
The McLaren F1 in question is wearing the Marlboro White paintjob and it has gloss black wheels. Its new owner will also receive, besides the supercar, the tools, the manual and several other “goodies”. The F1 has been serviced by McLaren back in 2008 and it is in perfect run condition. Power is being provided by the famous 6.1 liter V12 engine, signed by BMW, which is producing an impressive 627 HP at 7,500 rpm. The engine is connected to a 6-speed manual tranxaxle transmission. This McLaren F1 is expected to be sold for anything between 12 and 14 million USD.