This 1995 McLaren F1 can sell for 345 billion VND

One piece McLaren F1 1995 will be auctioned in August 2021 with an expected price of about 15 million USD (about 345 billion VND). The sky-high price comes from the rarity and meager mileage of this McLaren F1.From 1992 to 1998, McLaren produced 106 F1s, but only 64 could be on the road. As a result, the McLaren F1 became one of the iconic supercars of the 1990s. Currently, the value of this model has increased by 500% over the factory price.Bearing serial number 029, pcs McLaren F1 supercar This 1995 model rarely hits the streets, Gooding & Company reports. For most of the time, this supercar sits in the garage of a Japanese collector.Currently, an individual in the US has bought this supercar. The condition of this F1 is almost new when it only rolls about 390 km. This is one of the least-rolled McLaren F1s today. Even the car still uses the original Goodyear Eagle F1 tires after 26 years.This is the McLaren F1 rare goods the only Creighton Brown exterior – named after McLaren’s Commercial Director at the stage in which F1 was produced.The interior of the car also follows the tone of the exterior, including dark brown leather and yellow details.This car is still full of manuals, original warranty books, car kits, TAG Heuer watches, Facom tool cabinets… In fact, the price of 15 million USD for this F1 is no. too expensive. In 2017, the McLaren F1 rolled more than 300 km was sold for $ 20 million.Created by Peter Stevens and Gordon Murray, McLaren F1 is a supercar ahead of its time with many technologies inherited from F1 racing cars. That’s why this supercar is called F1.Highlights of the car include the bodywork crafted from carbon fiber, the driver’s seat is placed in the middle like an F1 racing car. All repair tools fitted to the vehicle are made of titanium and gold plated.McLaren F1 uses a 6.1L V12 engine produced by BMW, producing 627 horsepower. Super car can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in 3.2 seconds before reaching a maximum speed of more than 386 km / h.Video: See the rare McLaren F1 supercar.


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