The McLaren F1 came with made by French company Facom. The upcoming is faster than a McLaren F1, and to continue that theme, comes with even lighter tools to help you fix your hyper-GT after a 250mph run.
With that in mind, up front, hidden under a sheet of carbon, is Snap-on's first 3D-printed titanium toolkit, which is 45 percent lighter than your standard titanium toolkit would be.
Very cool stuff. McLaren is currently in the process of building a total of eleven Speedtail prototypes. Next to , there are 720s out there with Speedtail powertrains, as well as , rigs on rolling roads, dynamic mules, a pair of crash test Speedtails, a homologation prototype, and one car created to perfect assembly and body finish in Woking.
But the undoubtably most important detail, the 3D-printed titanium toolkit, is done.