5 Things You Should Know About The 2013 McLaren P1

evolveteam October 22, 2012 3
McLaren P1 Aerodynamics

Strictly Molded By Aerodynamics

McLaren built the P1 to practically be a Formula 1 sportscar—using CFD (computational fluid dynamics) aerodynamic modeling and putting it through numerous of hours of wind tunnel testing. Each panel, air exhaust, and intake was crafted to take in air and maximize cooling. The two aerodynamic flaps on the front that adjust on the go speak for itself. You’ll also discover the P1’s rear wing automatically adjusts to maximize downforce, extending rearwards by an estimated 120 millimeters on the road. In short, the P1 epitomizes “prioritize aerodynamic performance.”

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