New McLaren F1 Sport 2011

The production of the car ran for six years, between nineteen ninety two The drag coefficient of the F1 is even superior to some of the fastest cars around today, beating the Buggatti Veyron and the world's current fastest car, the SSC Aero. The aerodynamic ability of the car is another important factor in its success. The very low weight of the McLaren was achieved by the use of light materials, such as carbon fiber, gold and magnesium.

Two passenger seats are located to either side of the driver, but further back. The driver is seated in a certain position in the car, in front of the engine. The doors of the car lift upwards, and are known as butterfly doors. Whilst the car is equipped and designed for performance, and in fact has a race car edition which won the nineteen ninety five Le Mans, the interior was designed with usability in mind. The BMW six liter V12 was extremely powerful and produced over five hundred and fifty horse power.

An extremely light body, nearly aerodynamically perfect, the car can still compete with the performance cars of today even with a decade of technological advances since the F1 began production. The McLaren was a milestone in car production, with a top speed of two hundred and forty miles per hour. Produced in the nineteen ninety eight, the car still holds the record of being the world's fastest NA engine production car, although three other production cars have beaten the F1 at their all out top speed. One of the world's most famous and innovative sports cars ever produced to this day, the McLaren F1 broke the record for becoming the fastest production car ever.