In a recent interview, McLaren CEO Ron Dennis confirmed the highly-anticipated F1 successor will be unveiled in May.
McLaren CEO Ron Dennis has revealed some new details about the company's highly-anticipated F1 successor.
Speaking with Drive, Dennis said the model will be unveiled in May and feature aggressive styling that is "entirely different" than the MP4-12C.
While he wouldn't discuss powertrain details, he said "don't get fixated by top speed. That's the first thing you have to discard in today's society."
Instead, the supercar will have a "complete package of performance" with advanced technology and more refinement than the original F1.
Production will be limited to 300-500 units and pricing is rumored to start at approximately €750,000 ($990,450).