McLaren Will Unveil A 2nd Gen Super Series Car At Geneva
McLaren is ready to set the supercar world on fire again in 2017 with a brand new McLaren Super Series car. The successor of the McLaren 650s will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March and from a teaser photo released by McLaren Automotive, you need to get excited.
A few claims of double the aero efficiency from the 650S model. Increased aero downforce and cooling are also on the plate for the Super Series lineup. McLaren says, “The rear wing moves upward and increases in angle to optimize aerodynamic efficiency and also deploys to its most extreme angle as an airbrake in less than half a second, optimizing balance when braking from speed.”
At the beginning of the year, Mclaren debuted photos and details of a brand new monococque structure that would be used in a new supercar coming to market. Called, “Monocage II” the structure will be lighter and stronger than the previous monococque.
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