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The Future of Racing: McLaren MCLExtreme 2050 Concept

Published Jan 25, 2019

McLaren Applied Technologies explores the evolution of grand prix racing in this extreme 2050 concept.

“McLaren Applied Technologies sets out the ultimate vision for grand prix racing three decades from now. The year is 2050, the Formula 1 World Championship is celebrating its centenary, and technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), autonomy, electrification and mixed reality will have become commonplace in society.”

The inductively charged electric machines will reach 500 km/h and include advanced features such as an advanced on-board AI co-pilot and shapeshifting active aerodynamics. The concept doesn’t end with the cars – race circuits are also improved to be longer and wider with fierce banking.

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