Here’s How Fast The McLaren F1 Really Is

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But just how fast is the F1? Whatever your definition of fast is, the McLaren exceeds just about every metric. When it was reviewed by Car and Driver in 1994, the F1 smashed essentially every automotive speed record that existed at the time and basically made-up new categories to excel in.

For top speed, the F1 was capable of “at least” 230 miles per hour (via Car and Driver). That’s incredibly fast now with only Bugatti exceeding that limit. In 1994, other supercars were practically standing still. Zero-to-60 is accomplished in a scant 3.2 seconds, a time that’s blindingly fast even today. In 2022, that time is only topped by cars like the Porsche 918 and Dodge Challenger SRT Demon — two cars that use their own respective forms of mechanical devilry to accelerate faster than reason would dictate. The F1 only takes 28 seconds to accelerate to 200 miles per hour. For comparison, that’s a few seconds longer than it takes the Zastava Yugo to reach highway speeds.


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