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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1993 - 1998
Numbers built:107 (65 road cars)
Designed by:Gordon Murray / Peter Stevens
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:August 07, 2015
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Chassis: XP5
The fifth and final 'Experimental Prototype' built, chassis XP5 was famously used by Andy Wallace to set a world top speed record for a production car. In April of 1998, the 1988 Le Mans winner reached a speed of 391 km/h (243 mph) with the limiter removed. Although the record has since been broken, this remains as the fastest run for an atmospheric engined production car. The historic car has been retained by McLaren and is only rarely seen in public. One such occasion was the 2011 Goodwood Press Day where the new MP4-12C made its public debut.

Chassis details
Last known location McLaren International
Appearances

2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview
2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview
2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview
2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview 2011 Goodwood Preview
2008 Goodwood Revival

  Article Image gallery (243) Chassis (17) XP5 Specifications User Comments (23)