According to reports, a successor for the McLaren F1 will debut at the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix in May.
Internally, the successor for one of the world’s most exclusive supercars is known as the P12 and will be McLaren Automotive’s second model after the very popular MP4-12C. Sales aren’t expected to start until at least 2014.
The McLaren P12 is currently being designed by McLaren’s chief designer Frank Stephenson and is rumored to have a two-seat configuration unlike the original F1.
Power wise, the McLaren P12 will borrow some things from the MP4-12C. The 3.8 liter twin-turbo V8 will be upgraded to make around 800-hp pushing the 2,508 pound P12 to a top speed of 260 mph.
Production is expected to be limited to around 500 units with a price tags of around $1.5 million.
– By: Omar Rana