McLaren: Speedtail ‘Albert’
The McLaren Speedtail ‘Albert’ prototype was the first Speedtail to be driven on public roads, and it was created to demonstrate the concept of the Speedtail’s central seat driving position. Check the news McLaren: Speedtail ‘Albert’ on Swizerland based Luxury Lifestyle Magazine – Kenleaks Magazine.
The McLaren Speedtail Albert is the latest invention from McLaren Special Operations (MSO), and it was commissioned by McLaren Beverly Hills, the McLaren North American distributor. Its name is a one-of-a-kind homage to the Albert Drive premises in Woking, England, where their F1 vehicle was developed and manufactured.
A one-of-a-kind McLaren Speedtail was created to honor the first completed prototype of the 403kph (250mph) hypercar. As manufacture of the 106 Speedtails approaches to an end, this special version is released. The one-off, called Albert, was created for a private buyer by the McLaren Beverly Hills dealership in the United States and was built and painted by the company’s in-house customisation team, McLaren Special Operations (MSO).
Albert McLaren Speedtail. As manufacturing of the 106-car Speedtails comes to an end, this special edition emerges. The ‘Albert’ prototype was the first Speedtail to be driven on public roads, and it was created to verify the idea of the Speedtail’s center seat driving position, evaluating driver comfort-functional design, visibility and rear-view camera locations, among other things.
The outside color on the McLaren Speedtail Albert is a combination of Magnesium Silver, which was used on the exterior of McLaren’s first F1 road car, which debuted at the 1992 Monaco Grand Prix. The Ueno Grey used on the Speedtail, on the other hand, is the color of the F1 GTR that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995.
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