Last McLaren F1 was produced 15 years ago, but today most of us would rather choose a used one, than a new car. With us, obviously agrees lucky guy, that for McLaren F1, one of only 106 produced, this weekend in California, the Monterey auctions paid $8.47 million. This is the first time at an auction F1 exceeded the cost of eight million.
For the money the buyer received magnesium-silver McLaren F1 from 1997 chassis number 066 with 22,400 mileage. The car has so far had two owners, and the last one was last year made a general overhaul at McLaren center. McLaren F1 launches BMW’s V12 engine with 618Hp, that car arrives to 60mph in 3.2 seconds, up to a maximum speed of 241mph. It should be noted that all this performance comes with no electronic nannies and F1 is rightly considered the last true supercar.