McLaren has published a teaser for a new model – provisionally called SpeedsterAugust 20, 2019
The British novelty will receive the smallest windshield in the world. The circulation of the car is limited to only 399 copies. Prices are still unknown, but pre-orders will soon be accepted.
Rumor has it about the all-new McLaren, which is now known as the Speedster. A couple of minutes ago, the first official teaser of the future model without a roof was published. Here we present a darker image, which is the original, but there is also a brighter version of it, which provides a much better look at the details of the design of the car.
The body strikes with curved lines along the entire length. The pointed, lowered front end leads to the smallest windshield. The rear-view mirror is comically small and does not seem to provide the necessary visibility. McLaren confirms that there are two-sided doors to enter the cabin.
The teaser shows only the silhouette of the car, but we can also notice signs of ventilation in the hood. With proper airflow control, McLaren will be able to direct it above the heads of passengers to make driving without a roof at high speed a little more comfortable.
At the moment, McLaren only confirms that the model uses a twin-turbocharged version of the V8 engine, but does not indicate its volume. The company claims that the lack of a roof and plenty of carbon fiber makes the new McLaren lightest road car. The purpose of this arrangement is to create a car that provides maximum driving pleasure on the road and “an unrivaled sense of driver’s connection with the environment.”
McLaren does not yet have an official name for a new car without a roof. Deliveries of new items will begin at the end of 2020, and the automaker will make only 399 copies. The price is still unknown. The company accepts pre-orders during the current week of cars in Monterey.
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