字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This is the McClaren speed Tell the third member of McCown's ultimate Siri's, following the P one and cellar. It is a 1000 and 36 brake horsepower hybrid hyper GT, as elegant as the center is ugly, capable of hitting 250 miles per hour and cost him £2.1 million. And yet the most exciting thing about it isn't anything to do with numbers. Is the car whose spirit the speed? Tell Rex truly, I never thought I'd see the day when the Mechanic one's interior layout was revisited in a modern Hypercar. Yet here I am, sitting centrally in the new speed tail with, quite literally the perfect view out on a couple of brave mates. Come along for the ride to truly McCloughan. This is excellent work, but you don't cash in your McClaren F one chips without doing a proper job, which is why this interior is about so much more than just the number of seats. Although the seats are actually quite called these to either side of me, built into the carbon fibre tub and mine is built entirely from carbon fibre, and it's covered in something called directional leather, basically slippery bits on the side so you can slide your bum in on. Then Ricky bits in here to hold you in place when you're at high speeds in front of me. A bank of screens in the center, an instrument cluster. So the speed, the gear, the amount of revs on various information about the car on the left. We have climate control, navigation on the right, phone a media on at the extreme edge is two more screens, and these your feeds from the wing mirrors. You notice an almost complete lack of buttons here. Apart from up here, where we have a secondary control panel now that's got the active dynamics. That's where you select drive neutral reverse for the gearbox. It's how you start the engine. It's how you control theological tronic doors on the windows, and there's a button here that activates something called velocity. Push that on the car, hunkers down the wing mirrors retract. It changes the hybrid strategy, so the engine idles a little bit higher and charges the battery up fully on dhe. It won't deploy that boost until you're really, really shifting to make sure you can access that 250 mile an hour top speed, by the way, seven miles a lot more in the McCarran F one, making this officially the fastest car McCloughan has ever produced. And that's not all for tricks on the interior. You notice I'm almost entirely surrounded by glass, some of it electro chromatic class. Yeah, that means that at the top of the windscreen in this portal above my head at the top of the door wasn't in there. Windows. Here there's glass that can switch from clear to a tape of the touch of a button. There's also this stuff machine carbon fiber made from layer upon layer of ultra thin carbon on, then the shape. He is simply machine from that block. So you're left with these beautiful, intricate, almost would like patterns on the paddles on the wheel on the panel above my head. Pretty fancy stuff, but I know what you're thinking. What's it like for passengers? High speed, of course, is the real goal. Here, every inch of the speed tells exterior is sculpted to reduce drag and help. It slipped through the air unimpeded. Where's the center? Trades on downforce and ultimate track performance function of the expensive allows this is the opposite. It's about elegance, extreme acceleration on that F one eclipsing top speed. Firstly, there's the dimensions. This thing is actually narrower than a P one, but over hard for me to longer part that comes from a slightly longer wheelbase. But the vast majority is from here, from this massively elongated tail, all in the name of bleeding the air off gently from the back edge on reducing turbulence. McKay and also wanted to reduce the number of shut lines on the speed tell, so you'll see this entire rear section. There's rear clam shell that wraps right around the back of the car is a single piece of carbon fibre and talking about reducing shut lines. You've got hydraulically actuated flaps here. Now these come pop up two actors air brakes, or generally just balance the car in various driving situations, but you'll notice there's no hinges. The carbon fiber is just flexible, keeping the bodywork a smooth and as perfect as possible moving up the car. You may not be able to see it from that angle, actually, but there's a snorkel intake here, split either side of the brake light now that feeds air into the combustion engine there. But it doesn't stick up into the air flow. It's flush with the body working. That's only possible if you can keep the air perfectly attached away along the car's roof line. Speaking of roof line, you've got this gorgeous teardrop shaped cockpit and the super smooth glass house here on his quite nice thing, a nod to the F one, this small ticket window at the bottom here. And then we come to the wing mirrors. Or should we call them win cameras in this car here in the outer position? But they can retract fully into the bodywork, making the car as slippery as it possibly can be. And then we get to the wheels 20 inch wheels at the front, 21 inch at the back. The carbon ceramic brakes essentially the same ones you get in the McClaren center. But what you don't get on the center is these. The carbon fiber aerodynamic wheel covers that reduce the turbulence massively that keep year attached away down the significant length of this car. And there's more because you've got another flap here, an extension of the bullet line here that shrouds the windscreen wiper again, controlling the air, keeping it smooth, keeping it flowing tightly close to the body. Work right to the very back. Essentially, this thing cleaves the air like a greased otter. But low drag is nothing without low weight to go with the carbon mon. A cock is full carbon panels keeping the weight to 1430 kilograms dry. That's just 35 kilograms more than the P one. Not bad. Really? Considering the gadget, count that extra seat on that tape. Okay. Okay, So you want some numbers? Well, the truth is, I don't have them all yet McClaren is holding back certain things like full power train spats and full performance figures. But what I can do is make an educated guess. So we can only assume under there is a version of the four litre twin Turbo V eight from the centre producing, Let's say around 750 horsepower and then we have electric motors and we have battery packs and this car will probably do naught to 62 in around 2.5 seconds. As I say, that's just my take the things that we do know for certain is the total power output. That's 1000 and 36 brake horsepower. This car will also do knocked a 186 miles per hour in 12.8 seconds. Just gonna let that one sink in for a bit. I need a bit of help. Well, that's a full 3.7 seconds faster than the P one on almost 10 seconds quicker than the McLaren F one. And that, in a nutshell, is the speed tells us. Oh, and in case you're wondering, Yep, it's intense faster to 186 the number Gatti shiran on dhe. It has twice the number of boots. Not only can you bring an extra passenger, but the space for bags in the front and in the back naturally spoke luggage to match your unique speed tales. Interior is available on request. Which brings us to to teeny weeny hyper cast sticking points price onda availability. Only 106 of these will ever be made costing from £2.1 million and it's all sold out. But don't worry about that too much. What we care about is what this cast says about McClaren the company. Okay, so it doesn't have a naturally aspirated, shrieking V 12 like the Aston Martin Valkyrie or an actual Formula One engine like the Mercedes AMG Project one. But what it does do is demonstrate a mastery very dynamics. It has one of the very coolest interiors I've ever sat in on Dhe. It has a direct bloodline to the greatest supercar the world has ever known, and that, my friends, is something money just come by.