In case you're not convinced already.
It's really hard to find anything bad to say about the McLaren F1 other than two things: its rarity and price tag. Just 106 examples were built and prices for them today easily reach more than $10 million. Needless to say, the F1 is something very special. Despite all of the high-tech that's pumped into today's supercars, notably its direct successor, the McLaren P1, the F1 is still ridiculously fast and powerful, thanks to its BMW-built 6.1-liter V12. And it's entirely analog; drivers shift with a six-speed manual and a third pedal.
Top speed is nearly 200 mph, and it achieves that without forced induction. And it's an utterly fabulous driver's car. Everything about it, from its looks to its engine sound, might just be perfect. And now Evo's Henry Catchpole takes a closer look at the F1 he compared to the P1 the other week. God, we love this car.