McLaren Ultimate Series Hypercar Teased Before December 10 Reveal

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McLaren Ultimate Series Hypercar Teased Before December 10 Reveal

Interestingly it fits in rather nicely alongside the first teaser image of the tri-tip exhaust which we received last month, and some very rudimentary Photoshop skills give a greater hint at what to expect from the rear of McLaren's new Ultimate Series flagship. The news has been revealed at the Dubai motor show, where Chevrolet yesterday took the wraps off its new Corvette ZR1. Designed as the most extreme road-legal McLaren ever, it is the third of 15 new models or derivatives due by the end of 2022 under the McLaren Track22 business plan. The company is clearly drawing considerably on its F1 aero experience with the new auto as winglets and other touches are already visible. Last month, McLaren teased the triple exhaust outlets of the vehicle as the first teaser of the upcoming Ultimate Series model.

With daily usability sacrificed to give the most intensive driver experience around a circuit, the new Ultimate Series vehicle will be the ultimate track-concentrated McLaren. The vehicle will be a successor to the road-going P1 and, it's track-focused version, the P1 GTR as the third model in McLaren's Ultimate Series line. It will be unveiled in an online exhibition on 10 December with its public debut penned in for the Geneva Motor Show next March.

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