McLaren Special Operations is offering an extremely low mileage example of one of its most famous cars – the F1.
With just 2,800 miles on the clock, chassis number 069 is one of the very last of the record-breaking supercars to be produced, and is regarded as one of the best examples on sale today.
Completely hand-built at the company's factory in Woking, this F1 featured 17-inch centre-locking wheels crafted from magnesium, as well as twin passenger seats finished in alcantara.
The F1 is also offered with fully-fitted luggage, titanium tool kit and a limited-edition McLaren owner's watch.
Underneath, the F1 is powered by a 6.1-litre V12 engine that can propel it to a top speed of 242.8mph, making it one of the most powerful road cars ever built. It also adopted an unconventional interior seating layout, with the driver sat in the middle and in front of the two passengers. Many, including McLaren, likened it to the feeling of piloting a fighter jet.
As one of the first road cars to use a carbon fibre chassis, the McLaren F1 was truly ground breaking. Even its engine bay was special, with engineers using gold leaf to line the area.
MSO still maintain and service all examples of the F1, as well as offering brokerage services.