Now I'm not the best journalist because I have majored in science in college, but I do love a good chat with things that I love and that matter to people. The world knows the urgency of environmentally-friendly things and the need to make drastic transitions to the next chapter in human civilization. This Tribe brings together the power and the environment in ways that blow your mind on the track, on the road, and at home. Now, I haven't any financial ways to enjoy this part of my life, but I can fantasize about how far technology has gone and how I could one day enjoy these things.

Big "Brother" McLaren F1

Big "Brother" McLaren F1

Now the McLaren P1 is a revolutionary "little brother" to the McLaren F1, it's petrol elder "brother." It looks like the McLaren 650S, but McLaren discusses the predecessor, the F1. This car can do hot and cold, it has aerodynamics equal to Formula 1, 0-60 in 2.7 seconds, top speed of 219 mph, a 3.8 L twin turbo M838T engine with an ECU engine for electricity, and a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. The electrical range is roughly 10 kilometres on the European drive cycle but an EPA cycle range in EV mode is 19 kilometres. So just don't spend too much time on electric if you can help it (obviously), but it's still good to try to avoid the petrol as much as possible.

The McLaren 650S. Both of these cars began their production in the same year.

The McLaren 650S. Both of these cars began their production in the same year.

So there you have it, the first eco-friendly super car on our Tribe. McLaren has beautiful styling, and I am all about these cars! Stay tuned for the next Eco-Friendly Super Car from your ESC Tribe! (All Images credited to McLaren official website, as well as the information).

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