Evaluation: Driven just 396 miles and in new condition in every way. One of 106 built (just like the McLaren F1), and this is serial number 81. Represented with around $540,000 in options and bespoke equipment, not including the $100,000 roof scoop that was available as a post-delivery upgrade.
Bottom Line: Initial Speedtail buyers were pre-selected by McLaren at a starting price in the low-$2M range. The trend lately has been for ultra-exclusive exotic cars like this to get a lot pricier once they hit the wider public market, and the Speedtail is no exception.
This is the second Speedtail sold at public auction and the first, sold at the RM Sotheby’s Arizona auction this January, brought $3,277,500. That’s a similar enough result to this, with the difference being down to mileage and being first to market vs. being second.