McLaren F1 is a well-known supercar manufactured by the British company based Woking, England. The two-door sport car entered production in 1992, only 106 units being produced until 1998 when the company decided end manufacturing the model.
The unit in question had been developed by the BMW M division, has a compression ratio of 11:1 and is also known as BMW S70/2. In the manufacturing process, the British company used a carbon fiber reinforced plastic monocoque structure being the first to develop a production road car with such features.
Thanks to its unique shape, the McLaren F1 managed to get a drag coefficient of just 0,32, better than some famous rivals such as SSC Ultimate Aero TT or even the Bugatti Veyron. McLaren fitted the F1 supercar with 17-inch magnesium wheels with 235/45ZR17 (front) and 315/45ZR17 (rear) high-performance tires.
In order to withstand the tremendous forces, the model featured a braking system from Brembo with 332 mm (front) and 305 mm (rear) cross-drilled brake discs along four-pot calipers. At launch, the standard McLaren F1 was priced at $970,000.