McLaren showed a future electric supercar

McLaren showed a future electric supercar

McLaren is preparing for the launch of the new fully electric supercar that will help them to stay afloat in a rapidly changing automotive market. Designer Daniel Platek presented the possible appearance of new items.

The British car manufacturer reportedly has been working on an environmentally friendly model, and while no one knows how it will look or when it will appear. In the meantime, thanks to the efforts of designer Daniel Platek we can see what innovation can be.

The concept, called Concept E-Zero was inspired by the design of the McLaren M6GT sample 1969.

This iconic car was supposed to be the first company that you can drive on public roads and based on the chassis of a racing car M6B. Unfortunately, Bruce McLaren died 2 Jun 1970, and his vision for the M6GT, and got a start in life.

The most obvious similarity between the Concept of E-Zero and M6GT is a large glass “canopy”. When viewed from the rear, the concept has several design features reminiscent of existing production cars of the company, including the slim led tail lights and a smooth rear diffuser.

Ahead you will find, perhaps, the most radical differences. Lights is a simple horizontal led blocks, embedded in the faux air intakes. The hood of the concept is very short, allowing the windshield to extend beyond the front wheels.

Platek is that the supercar is equipped with four electric motors and a large battery installed under the floor. The car looks superb and we are very excited to see how it will look electric supercar McLaren.