Melodies brought from the sky, the sound of the Ferrari FXX K and McLaren P1 GTR circuit

McLaren P1 GTR who want more Dad or Mom? It is without doubt one of the most difficult questions to answer between all that you have done throughout your life. Although it is not unique, it is more, I’m going to make one that is not easy to deal with. Imagine in a circuit to two cars that can not be catalogued simply as supercars, and that in addition, they use the latest technology in the world. Imagine that you are born of the Italian Ferrari, and another of the English McLaren. The thing gets interesting, right? On the one hand, the Ferrari FXX K, and the other, the McLaren P1 GTR, together in a circuit. Now stop imagining because it has been recorded in video. And there goes the question, which of them sounds better?

To put you in context, we will remember the numbers of each one. The Ferrari FXX K is based on the LaFerrari, and is a real toy only suitable for millionarios. Your approval is limited to the circuits, and under your skin radical hides a hybrid system composed by a combustion engine V12 6.2-liter, and another power of 190 horsepower. A total of approximately 1.050 CV and 900 Nm of torque and an acceleration from 0-100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds. Their production only covers 40 units at a price each one of them close to 2.5 million euros.

ferrari-fxx-k-3 McLaren P1 GTR has saved some similarities with the previous one. In the same way is based on a supercar, the P1 in this case, and in the same way can only be used in the circuit. It also uses a hybrid system to move and the final price is similar to that of the Italian. On the other hand mounts a mechanical gas 3.8 V8 biturbo, much more compact than the Italian, motor is united to another power of 147 kW. In total, 1,000 horses of power of real madness.

Both the one and the other are the beasts of the circuit, a waste technology that has been put to test in circuit. A duo that most only can we lead in our dreams, but who, to enjoy our skin has been video-taped and published. Now tell me, which of the two sounds better? I, of course, I’m going to get me wet, and I choose Italian. A difficult choice no doubt.


Source – Carscoops