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McLaren reveals future of motorsport technology - MP4-X

McLaren reveals future of motorsport technology – MP4-X

McLaren’s conceptual vision for the future of motorsport technology.

“With the futuristic McLaren MP4-X concept racecar, we wanted to peer into the future and imagine the art of the possible,” said John Allert, Group Brand Director, McLaren Technology Group.

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

“We have combined a number of F1’s key ingredients – speed, excitement and performance, with the sport’s emerging narratives – such as enclosed cockpits to enhance driver safety, and hybrid power technologies.”

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

Introducing the McLaren MP4-X

“Formula 1 is the ultimate gladiatorial sport, and the future we envisage will be a high tech, high performance showcase that excites fans like no other sport.”

It looks visually striking, but it is beneath the skin where the changes are most apparent.

McLaren reveals F1 concept car

McLaren reveals F1 concept car

McLaren reveals future of F1 technology - MP4-X

McLaren reveals future of F1 technology – MP4-X

MP4-X is designed to use alternative power sources; the chassis changes shape to adapt to different aerodynamic demands; and it can communicate in the event of a failure or a problem.

McLaren reveals future of F1 technology - MP4-X

McLaren reveals future of F1 technology – MP4-X

This is therefore McLaren Marketing’s unique conceptual take on motor racing’s future. Discover the MP4-X in all its glory in our interactive carousel, with exclusive insights into the future supplied by the technologists and designers at McLaren Applied Technologies.

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