McLaren Working On A New Ultimate Series Hypercar

It’s been rumoured that McLaren is working on a new hypercar. It is going to be a road legal car and is codenamed as the P15. And it is not the McLaren BP23, the three-seater homage to the outstanding McLaren F1.

This new model is said to sit at the top of the McLaren’s Ultimate Series range. Currently, this position has been occupied by the P1, which is no longer on sale. Reports suggest that the new P15 will be a total track oriented machine but it will be road legal as well.

It’s being rumoured that McLaren will not use its hybrid technology in the new P15. The new car will totally depend on its internal combustion engine, which, it’s been said, would be a twin-turbo, V8. And if the P15 would be McLaren’s finest Ultimate Series car, then it’d definitely be more powerful than the P1. It means we can expect over 727bhp of power.

There isn’t any kind of information about the P15 available as of now. No sketches, no design, no teaser image, no confirmed engine specs, not even its name, nothing, but still, the best part is, all of them have been already sold out! What do you have to say about that?


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