The McLaren Speedtail is a series of limited production supercars first debuted in 2018. The Speedtail entered production in 2020, and is part of McLaren's Ultime Series, alongside the F1, P1, and Senna. Continuing the traditions established by its forebearers, the Speedtail is an incredibly capable performance machine. Power comes from a hybrid powerplant consisting of a twin-turbo 4.0L V8 engine and a 230KW (310hp) electric motor generating a combined 1035hp. This massive power is sent to the rear wheels via a 7 speed dual clutch automatic transmission. In additon to the Speedtails powerplant, the car features a highly aerodynamic shape which notably doesn't have any rearview mirrors. These mirrors are replaced by an HD camera system, which coincidentally prevents the Speedtail from being fully streeet legal in the United States. While the Speedtail was created to push the limits of contemporary technology and performance, it still pays homage to the McLaren F1 with its 3 seat layout, and limited production run of 106 examples.