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McLaren F1

(2003 model)

Brief specs of 2003 McLaren F1

convertible (cabriolet), petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder 48-valve V engine, DOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam), 6062 cm3 / 369.9 cu in / 369.9 cu in, 461.0 kW / 618.2 hp / 618.2 hp @ 7400 rpm / 7400 rpm / 7400 rpm, 649.0 N·m / 478.7 lb·ft / 478.7 lb·ft @ 4000 rpm / 4000 rpm / 4000 rpm, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive

units: metric UK US

Basic (general) data

Marque (make)McLarenIssued from2003
ModelF1Issued until
SerieF1Number made
Model familyBody construction
Model codeBody designation
ManufacturerMcLarenCountryUK

Bodywork

Base platformNumber of doors
Bodywork typeconvertible (cabriolet)Number of seats
Bodywork designerCargo capacity (volume)
Passenger space (volume)4940 l / 174.45 cu ft / 174.45 cu ftMax. cargo capacity (volume)

Dimensions & Weight

Length4290 mm / 168.9 in / 168.9 inTotal (curb) weight1170 kg / 2579 lb / 2579 lb
Width1830 mm / 72.0 in / 72.0 inDry weight
Height1150 mm / 45.3 in / 45.3 inLoad capacity
Wheelbase2720 mm / 107.1 in / 107.1 inGross (max.) weight
Track frontTowing weight
Track rearWeight distribution (front)
Ground clearanceFuel capacity
Length/wheelbase ratio1.58  

Aerodynamics

Drag coefficient (Cd, Cx, Cw)0.3Frontal area (A)1.79 m2 / 19.3 sq ft / 19.3 sq ft (est.)
Aerodynamic coefficient (Cd×A)0.54 m2 / 5.8 sq ft / 5.8 sq ft (est.)Aerodynamic resistance (Aero horse power) at 100 km/h (62 mph)13.3 kW / 17.9 hp / 17.9 hp (est.)

Engine

Engine CodeTotal number of cylinders12
Engine TypeV engine (V12)Total number of valves48
Engine ManufacturerValves per cylinder4
Engine constructionBore86.1 mm / 3.39 in / 3.39 in
Fuelpetrol (gasoline)Stroke87.1 mm / 3.43 in / 3.43 in
Fuel detailsBore/Stroke ratio0.99
Fuel supplyInjectionEngine displacement6062 cm3 / 369.9 cu in / 369.9 cu in
Engine Main bearingsUnitary capacity507.12 cm3/cylinder / 30.946 cu in/cylinder / 30.946 cu in/cylinder
Cam DesignDOHC (double overhead camshafts, twin cam)Compression ratio
SumpMax. output power461.0 kW / 618.2 hp / 618.2 hp at 7400 rpm / 7400 rpm / 7400 rpm
AspirationMax. torque649.0 N·m / 478.7 lb·ft / 478.7 lb·ft at 4000 rpm / 4000 rpm / 4000 rpm
Compressor typeMaximum rpm
IntercoolerMax. net output (power at the wheels)184.4 kW / 247.3 hp / 247.3 hp (est.)
CoolantSpecific output76.0 kW/l / 1.671 bhp/cu in / 1.671 bhp/cu in
Catalytic converterSpecific torque107.1 N·m/l / 0.94 lb·ft/cu in / 0.94 lb·ft/cu in

Transmission

Transmission typemanualNumber of gears6
Wheel driverear wheel driveTop gear (drive) ratio
  Final gear (drive) ratio

Performance

Acceleration 0-50 mph (80 km/h)Top (maximal) speed
Acceleration 0-60 mph (97 km/h)Power-to-weight ratio535.9 kW/ton / 406.0 bhp/ton / 406.0 bhp/ton
Acceleration 0-100 km/hFuel consumption, City (urban)
Acceleration 0-100 mph (160 km/h)Fuel consumption, Road (extra-urban)
Acceleration 80-120 km/h (50-70 mph) in topFuel consumption, Mixed (combined)
Standing ¼mile time Fuel consumption, Euro
Standing kilometer time CO2 emissions
  Range

Chassis

Engine locationmiddleEngine alignment
SteeringSteering details
Turns lock-to-lockTurning circle
Suspension frontSuspension rear
Wheels frontWheels rear
Tyres front230/45-R17Tyres rear
Brakes frontBrakes rear
Brake diameter frontBrake diameter rear
Brakes detailsBraked area

Technical specifications and performance data of McLaren F1

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