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22 abril, 2021 a las 12:43 #216087The_Osco
McLaren vende su sede en Woking por 197 millones de euros y acuerda un alquiler para los próximos 20 años.10 octubre, 2020 a las 00:04 #201003EmilioRR
Y eso???10 septiembre, 2020 a las 17:14 #198374The_Osco
Mclaren pone a la venta la sede de Woking por 200 millones25 agosto, 2020 a las 17:39 #196988A.P.M.
Si, más bien es el monocasco, no la plataforma. La costumbre en los coches normales
Es la base para los nuevos modelos25 agosto, 2020 a las 14:27 #196972marea
Eso no es un monocasco?, la veo raro como plataforma.25 agosto, 2020 a las 11:02 #196932The_Osco
Fusionados los hilos jeje25 agosto, 2020 a las 10:48 #196929A.P.M.
Presenta una nueva plataforma adaptada a la hibridación
Nota de prensa, en inglés
McLaren unveils all-new, innovative lightweight vehicle architecture
25 Aug 2020
Mike Flewitt, CEO of luxury supercar maker McLaren Automotive, today confirmed the introduction of the brand’s all-new, flexible, lightweight vehicle architecture which will underpin its next generation of electrified supercars.
The new architecture, designed specifically to accommodate new hybrid powertrains, has been entirely engineered, developed and produced in-house in the UK at McLaren’s £50m state-of-the-art McLaren Composites Technology Centre (MCTC) in the Sheffield region.
The new flexible vehicle architecture utilises innovative, world-first processes and techniques to strip out excess mass, reduce overall vehicle weight, while also further improving safety attributes.
It will underpin the next generation of McLaren hybrid models as the supercar company enters its second decade of series vehicle production.
The first new McLaren hybrid supercar to be based on the all-new architecture will launch in 2021.
“The new ground-breaking vehicle architecture is every bit as revolutionary as the MonoCell chassis we introduced with the company’s first car, the 12C, when we first embarked on making production vehicles a decade ago.
“This new, ultra-lightweight carbon fibre chassis boasts greater structural integrity and higher levels of quality than ever before with our new MCTC facility quickly becoming recognised as a global centre of excellence in composite materials science and manufacturing.
“Our advanced expertise in light weight composites processes and manufacturing combined with our experience in cutting-edge battery technology and high-performance hybrid propulsion systems means we are ideally placed to deliver to customers levels of electrified high-performance motoring that until now have simply been unattainable.”
Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Automotive.
Mr Flewitt said the new architecture would enable McLaren to transition to 100 per cent electrified supercars.
“For us, light-weighting and electrification go hand-in-hand to achieve better performance as well as more efficient vehicles,” he said.31 enero, 2017 a las 15:41 #154754A.P.M.
Noticias MCLAREN31 enero, 2017 a las 15:41 #154755A.P.M.
McLaren Automotive colaborará en el futuro de la tecnologia de combustión
Se asocia con BMW (entre otros) para el desarrollo de motores que llevará McLaren en sus modelos de calle. Asi mejoraria sus motores y reducirian consumo y CO2, aunque seguirán siendo propios
nota de prensa, en inglés
McLAREN AUTOMOTIVE COLLABORATES ON FUTURE COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGY
McLaren Automotive has announced a strategic project to design and develop technology for the next generation of powertrains. Working with a number of partners including BMW Group, the project will develop new combustion technology that will deliver a higher output per capacity than currently possible. It also aims to further facilitate CO2 reductions while simultaneously increasing engine output. The technology is destined for application in future McLaren engines.
The project, supported and part-funded by UK Government through the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), will also improve the UK’s development and production capabilities of low-CO2 internal combustion engine technology. The project will be led by McLaren Automotive but involves a total of six partners. McLaren Automotive will work with its existing engine manufacturing partner, Ricardo, and BMW Group while Grainger and Worrall will deliver complex, lightweight casting technology. Lentus Composites will contribute knowledge in specialist composite structures. Completing the syndicate is the University of Bath who bring their advanced research and development capabilities in internal combustion engine systems efficiency.
Commenting on the collaboration, Chief Executive Officer of McLaren Automotive, Mike Flewitt, said:
‘This is an exciting project that plays to the strengths of all partners. McLaren Automotive has an exceptional reputation for building the world’s finest engines, as showcased by our M838T and its previous category wins in the International Engine of the Year awards. We will continue to independently design and build our own engines, and the benefits of this project will help us accelerate the development of our next generation of powertrain, as confirmed in our recently-announced Track22 business plan.’