Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery

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  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    McLaren has unveiled a new car called Albert, based on the Speedtail. These shades of grey are actually reminiscent of McLaren's rich racing legacy, and were found on the original Mclaren F1 & F1 GTR.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    Commissioned by a McLaren dealer in California, it marks the end of the line for the Speedtail of which McLaren has built 106 examples.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    But, who exactly is Albert? Well, the 'Albert' name is close to McLaren. It was the name of the street where the McLaren F1 was conceived back in 1992.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    Fast forward to 2018 and the Albert name was used yet again.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    This time, on a prototype of a McLaren Speedtail.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    The Albert prototype was, in-fact, made to gauge the center seating position.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    As well as other ergonomic concerns like the position of the pedal box.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    The biggest draw of this Albert, though, has to be the car's paint. It took nearly 12 weeks to complete and create this custom Speedtail.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    Here's a closer look at the exposed carbon.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
    The Albert will be unveiled on August 8 at Cars & Coffee in Beverly Hills. Swipe up to read more about the Mclaren Albert.
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
  • Is The 1,000+ Horsepower ‘Albert' The Best McLaren Ever? - gallery
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