Design study envisions McLaren F1 successor

McLaren LM5 Rendering by Matt Williams

When McLaren Automotive revealed its MP4-12C last month, it said that it is already working on a second and third car for the brand. The MP4-12C would sit between the second and third model, leaving space below and above for McLaren Automotive engineers to explore.

While we have to wait to hear or see anything official from McLaren, Matt Williams, a Conventry University graduate, is already hard at work coming up with a design study on how a successor to the McLaren F1 could look – and honestly, we like it.

Williams said that under the hood of William’s McLaren is something that rekindles the BMW/McLaren relationship with a V10 from the BMW M5/M6. Output has been upgraded through 700-hp with some modifications. While that’s not a bad choice, whatever McLaren Automotive makes will be produced in-house – including the powerplant.

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McLaren LM5 Rendering by Matt Williams:

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McLaren LM5 Rendering by Matt Williams

– By: Omar Rana

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