The McLaren MP4-12C is the sort of supercar that never comes around so rarely it’s always remembered as the sort of car that struck fear into the heart of the competition.
We pretty much know its entire ideology, all of its specs, all of the figures and we’re almost certain that it’s a boring car.
Just kidding, it’s the sort of vehicle that will forever change your perspective on what’s technically possible and can easily scare you half or to actual death (depending upon health condition).
Despite this presentation, that’s not what’s in the news about the McLaren MP4-12C these days. It’s actually it doing something less.
Particularly, we’re talking about the situation in which the McLaren MP4-12C has less of a roof. That’s right, according to C&D the convertible version of the British car is just around the corner.
They’re expecting the MP4-12C Spider to be unveiled by the end of 2012 and on its way to clients the one after that.
A little bit of news is also available on the McLaren F1’s successor. The much awaited V12 engine of such a high end seems like an impossibility right now.
The familiar twin-turbo 3.8 liter V8 engine will almost certainly be powering it, but it will considerably turned up a few notches.
Alongside the extra engine tuning, McLaren might also deliver a hybrid/KERS system to put down even more power when the situation calls upon it.