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1.
A car which, contrary to mainly US opinion, does not exist and never will exist.

F2 (Formula 2) was an inferior level and a stepping-stone to Formula 1 - to name a car this would be idiotic, especially by a company that is a Formula 1 team.

For the past few years, McLaren was concentrating on the SLR Mercedes.
"The McLaren F2 doesn't exist, you stupid fool."
by numb_nuts June 21, 2005

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2.
The successor to the fastest known car ever designed, the McLaren F1. The McLaren F1, also known as the "million dollar car," because of its $1,000,000 USD price tag, was made for the German autobahn and boasted incredible max speeds of 250 miles per hour, which are just now being reached by other automotive manufacturers. The car had an engine compartment made of solid gold, which actually enhanced performance. The McLaren F2 makes the F1 look like child's play with an unbelievable max speed of 330 miles per hour and a price tag 270 times larger than the F1. Not at all street legal anywhere except the autobahn, this car is designed mainly for show and tell. The $270,000,000 USD price tag is well justified by speed and rarity (only 8 are currently known to be in existence, most of which still belong to the manufacturers.)
It would literally take a fighter jet in order to keep up with the McLaren F2.
by Bo Duke... February 16, 2005
 
3.
The successor to the fastest known car ever designed, the McLaren F1. The McLaren F1, also known as the "million dollar car," because of its $1,000,000 USD price tag, was made for the German autobahn and boasted incredible max speeds of 250 miles per hour, which are just now being reached by other automotive manufacturers. The car had an engine compartment made of solid gold, which actually enhanced performance. The McLaren F2 makes the F1 look like child's play with an unbelievable max speed of 330 miles per hour and a price tag 270 times larger than the F1. Not at all street legal anywhere except the autobahn, this car is designed mainly for show and tell. The $270,000,000 USD price tag is well justified by speed and rarity (only 8 are currently known to be in existence, most of which still belong to the manufacturers).
It would literally take a fighter jet to keep up with the McLaren F2.
by Bo Duke... February 16, 2005