With the possible exception of the mighty Bugatti Veyron, the McLaren F1 is arguably the greatest supercar the world has ever seen. With its 6.1-liter BMW-sourced V12 engine, just 106 units of the McLaren F1 were produced and way back in 1998, it managed to reach a top speed of 391 km/h with the rev limiter removed.
Because the car is so rare, trying to purchase one is harder than finding a needle in a haystack. Consequently, building replicas is the only other option. The following white McLaren F1 replica however, is the perfect example of why legendary supercars should never be cheapened with replicas like these.
Very little information about this McLaren F1 replica is available except for the fact that it is based on a third generation Toyota MR2.
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