1. The left-hand rearview screen is directed to the driver’s eye point.
2. Swirling panels of lightweight leather and “Titanium Deposition” carbon fiber, not to mention “Thin-Ply Technology” carbon fiber (McLaren’s capitalization) highlight the central driving position and focus the driver’s vision toward infinity. Is that too dramatic? Probably not.
3. Maybe this means 200 kilometers per hour, only half the available top speed.
4. Twin screens cover all areas behind. Like a truck, there’s no backlight.
5. You still have to be able to pay tolls today, so these
small opening windows are necessary, but one day that, too, will be all electronic.
6. The driver’s throne is a handsome thin-structure piece. The leather is textured to make it easy to slide in from either side but also to hold you in place while driving hard.
7. At first glance, the two passenger seats are hard, thin slabs. But we guess they’re very comfortable, and each probably costs
more than your daily driver.
8. Believe it or not, specially prepared lightweight leather serves as floor covering.
9. This textured panel provides a passenger footrest. AM