The MP4-12C built at McLaren's base in Woking has covered 6,400 miles from new
Prospective buyers from around the world are expected to bid for a 2012-registered McLaren MP4-12C super car when it goes under the hammer at British Car Auctions (BCA) Blackbushe on Wednesday (October 23).
The British-built sports car - made at the McLaren Production Centre in Woking and which sells for more than £200,000 when new - is one of the most powerful road-legal cars available.
It was the first production car wholly designed and built by McLaren since the McLaren F1 in 1998.
Boasting sophisticated driving technology sourced from the world of Formula 1, including 'brake steer' and a host of other performance driving aids, the car goes from 0 to 60mph in 3.1 seconds and has a top speed of 207mph.
The right-hand drive black car up for auction in Yateley has covered just 6,400 miles from new and is the first of the current generation of McLaren super cars to be sold by BCA.
It is offered with an up-to-date service history from McLaren London and the correct documentation.
“This McLaren will be the star of our sale at Blackbushe on Wednesday and we are expecting a huge amount of interest from buyers not just in the UK but from Europe and further afield," said Tim Naylor of BCA.
“The McLaren is a handcrafted sports car which I am sure will appeal to any motorist looking for a high performance vehicle.
"The high end prestige and sports market has a strong following with buyers and we have seen lots of interest in high value vehicles during 2013 with bidders prepared to invest six-figure sums for the right vehicle."