At the Geneva Motor Show, McLaren confirmed that the new auto - codenamed BP23 - will have a top speed above 243mph, meaning it's faster than the peak velocity of its iconic F1 supercar of the 1990s. McLaren has already revealed the prototype model of the BP23, and it features centrally-mounted steering wheel inspired by the F1.
Company McLaren has posted a new teaser image with the hypercar BP23 Hyper-GT, the presentation of which should take place this year. The McLaren BP23 name stands for "bespoke, project two, three seater" and it will follow the same iconic layout as the original auto - a centre driving position with two seats either side.
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The McLaren BP23 Hyper-GT is likely to draw power from the existing 4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine coupled to a hybrid system.
The BP23 will have a new, as-yet unannounced name when it goes into production and will follow in the footsteps of the recently revealed Senna by foregoing McLaren's usual alphanumerical naming convention. The top speed is said to be higher than even the legendary F1 which is rated at 391kmph.
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"We are calling BP23 a "Hyper-GT" because it's a vehicle designed for longer journeys, but with the high levels of performance and driver engagement expected of any McLaren".
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