The McLaren Speedtail is a three-seat hypercar, a sort of modern take on the company's iconic F1 from the 1990s.

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The Speedtail name obviously comes from the long, low shape, with its huge rear deck.

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The Speedtail's entire body structure is made from lightweight carbon fiber.

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Nestled amidships is a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, with an astonishing 1,035 horsepower.

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McLaren says the Speedtail can accelerate from 0 to 186 miles per hour in just 12.8 seconds.

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Active rear ailerons flex as needed to provide additional rear downforce.

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Only 106 Speedtails will be produced, priced at around $2 million apiece. All of them are already sold.

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The driver sits in the center of the car, with a pair of passengers nestled behind.

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These fixed, carbon-fiber wheel covers are necessary for achieving the best aerodynamic efficiency possible.

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