Of the 10 McLaren Speedtail XPs used for testing, only 7 remain after 3 of the cars were sacrificed to meet federal standards.
Although supercar manufacturers create and engineer new models every year, few make an impact that lasts a lifetime. For McLaren Automotive, one of those milestone examples is the highly-exclusive Speedtail hypercar. With only 106 production cars on the planet, it makes the hybrid-powered McLaren one of the most desirable cars in history. As if having one of the 106 wasn’t special enough, securing one of the 7 experimental XP test cars is a whole new level of rare.
The passionate team at McLaren Orlando is proud to showcase this 2020 McLaren Speedtail Prototype as part of its extensive inventory of new and used supercars. This specific ‘XP’ Speedtail holds significance as the very last example produced, as well as the last one to be registered by an owner.
The exterior features a magical gloss black finish that incorporates actual 24k gold dust to give off a shimmering appearance. Areas of the Speedtail highlight matching gold pin-striping that contrasts against its stealth-like paint. The front logo plate is made of solid refined 24k gold and has a registered mint mark to guarantee its authenticity. Inside, the cabin mimics the black and gold colorway in layers of genuine leather. Its center driver seat position acts as a nod to the legendary McLaren F1.
At the pinnacle of McLaren engineering, the Speedtail features a hybrid powertrain that offers unmatched performance. The 4.0-Liter Twin-Turbocharged V8 includes an additional battery borrowed from the McLaren Formula E division, which makes an astonishing 312 horsepower by itself. With a combined 1,035 horsepower and 848 ft-lbs of torque, the Speedtail launches from 0-60mph in only 2.9 seconds with help from a state-of-the-art 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. This 2020 McLaren Speedtail Prototype from McLaren Orlando is currently available on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below