25 years after the F1 redefined what a road-legal car was capable of, McLaren has released the F1's first true successor — the Speedtail. Part of McLaren's Ultimate Series, the Speedtail looks to have the same impact on the automotive world that the F1 did upon its release. The heart of the Speedtail is a hybrid powertrain that delivers 1,035 horsepower, making 0-60 times officially irrelevant — this is enough to push the Speedtail from 0-186 MPH in 12.8 seconds. With triple-digit speeds being this effortless, aerodynamics are important, and the Speedtail doesn't disappoint. Panel gaps are almost non-existent, and carbon fiber covers for the front wheels and flexible, active aero surfaces at the rear maximize efficiency and downforce. The interior is where the Speedtail shows its roots, with a central driving position made famous by the F1. Expect more details when the Speedtail launches, but don't expect to see one soon. Only 106 Speetails will be made and each one has already been sold.