A RARE McLaren supercar with just 56 miles on the clock and one previous owner is set to sell for £2million.

The blue Speedtail, which is the quickest model to date and only comes in 106 pieces, can reach an incredible top speed of 250 mph in just 12.8 seconds.

The first-ever Hyper-GT from McLaren features a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 1,034 horsepower and just three seats, one of which is positioned in the middle.

Since it was manufactured more than three years ago, the motor has traveled about eighteen miles annually on average.

It will be auctioned off by RM Sotheby's on January 25 in Phoenix, Arizona, in the United States.

The McLaren, which is said to be in "impeccable, as-new condition," is the 69th Speedtail produced.n RM A representative for Sotheby's stated: "

McLaren dramatically revived the spirit of its groundbreaking F1 supercar in 2020 with the introduction of the futuristic Speedtail."

A limited edition vehicle, similar to its predecessor, this one is a cutting-edge example of 21st-century hypercar performance, with just 106 pieces made.

The Speedtail shares the same vertical dihedral doors and three-person seating arrangement with the driver in the middle as the F1. It is constructed around a lightweight carbon-fibre tub.

"The parallels are evident, but there have been numerous technological advancements over the last three decades.

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