The British supercars maker has officially revealed the 2011 McLaren MP4-12C. New McLaren will be produced in the UK with sales expected to begin in early 2011.
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The McLaren MP4-12C features dynamic styling that was purposely intended to be timeless and pertinent for being to come. While the end answer looks kind of generic from certain angles, McLaren points out that nearly every position was designed to be insincere functional. Obviously the car skin a little McLaren lovely, but that’s regularly narrow to the F1-inspired dihedral doors and air scoops that resemble the McLaren logo. Out back, the car features LED taillights and matchless base-mounted dual exhaust tips.
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The McLaren MP4-12C power by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, which produces around 600 bhp and 600 Nm of torque. Thanks to a dry sump and a level aircraft crankshaft, the engine can be sited very low in the armature for a low spotlight of gravity and better usage. Backing up by a seven-quickness “Seamless Shift” dual grasp gearbox (with normal, sport and high performance modes). The supercar accelerates from zero to 60mph – 100km/h sprint time under 4,0 seconds and a top speed of around 200 mph – 320km/h.
While the visitors abortive to provide performance facts, they confirmed that they focused on “useable dealings such as in-gear acceleration time, braking performance, the efficiency of warrant delivery, and achieving the lowly likely fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.”
Inside, the MP4-12C boasts a lavish bungalow with a slim base console (with an “Active Dynamics” direction panel), a 7-inch touch screen, and attractive sport seats. Other device features enter a low cowl for enhanced visibility, a badge-fewer sports steering helm, and door-mounted climate control knobs.
McLaren drew heavily on their racing skills when developing the MP4-12C. For example, the car rides on an 80 kg (176 lbs) one-chunk carbon thread armature – dubbed the Carbon MonoCell – which was specially designed to be lightweight, tough, and robust. The supercar also features a higher Brake Steer order, which helps to cancel out understeer when incoming corners as well as, providing enhanced toehold on the way out. Other performance features include insincere aluminum brake hubs, an Airbrake routine and a Pre-Cog transmission serve that “primes” the gearbox for the next move.