McLaren F1 GT supercar of the Sultan of Brunei revealed
The McLaren F1 GT owned by the Sultan of Brunei suddenly appeared at Heathrow Airport in London, England. This McLaren F1 GT is both rare and mysterious, and this is the rare time this supercar has appeared in public.
McLaren F1 GT supercar of the Sultan of Brunei appeared in the UK. Photo: brunei_car_collection.
This supercar was brought from Brunei to the UK for maintenance. Royal Brunei owns the most remarkable McLaren F1 collection in the world with a total of 10 units, including 3 F1 LMs out of a total of 5 produced globally.
In addition, the Sultan of Brunei also owns a McLaren F1 GTR racing car and an F1 GT out of 3 in existence. A few F1s of the Brunei royal family have been sold over the years, and fans say they still have at least 7 F1.
Pictures of the F1 GT taken in the UK show that the car is still intact and shows no signs of damage. Black paint still has a nice gloss.
This is the second time the Brunei royal family has sent their McLaren F1 supercar to the UK for refurbishment. Photo: brunei_car_collection.
This is not the first time the Brunei royal family has sent their McLaren F1 supercar to the UK for refurbishment. In mid-February, a blue F1, with chassis #008 of Brunei’s royal family was also spotted leaving Heathrow Airport on a plane bound for Brunei. Some paparazzi specializing in McLaren F1 think that the supercar has been refreshed by the McLaren Special Operations department.
Many rare McLaren F1 models become mysterious because no one has taken pictures of them. The fact that the two F1s appear in the UK shows that the Brunei royal family is quite caring about these valuable cars, raising hopes that other F1s will also be revealed soon, including the especially famous black F1 LM The last time this supercar appeared in public was 20 years ago.
Despite being nearly 30 years old, the current McLaren F1 supercar models are still very valuable when it becomes a collector’s item rather than a car. The world’s most expensive McLaren F1 model sold last year worth 20.5 million USD. However, that is only the standard version, the Brunei royal F1 GT is priced at 30 million USD.
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