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I broke the 1/4-mile world record in this new HYPERCAR!

Welcome to what could be our most exciting review EVER! Mat’s got his hands on the McMurtry Spéirling, and he’s about to find out if it can back up..


I broke the 1/4-mile world record in this new HYPERCAR!


Welcome to what could be our most exciting review EVER!

Mat’s got his hands on the McMurtry Spéirling, and he’s about to find out if it can back up its claim of being the quickest accelerating road car ever made!

Now before he even gets behind the wheel, you need to know that the McMurtry comes with a reputation! It's claimed the record as being the fastest car to complete the Goodwood Festival of Speed Hillclimb - beating an F1 car to the title by two whole seconds!

But what makes this lightning-fast single-seater so special? Well, it comes with an incredible fan system that helps to generate 2,000kg of downforce! This means the McMurtry is not only super quick off the line, but it can take corners at speed with ease.

In terms of power output, it has two electric motors that produce 1,000hp. Now you may not think that’s too impressive, given EVs such as the Rimac Nevera come with almost 2,000hp. However, whereas the Nevera weighs over 2 tonnes, the McMurtry Spéirling weighs less than one tonne!!

Now, of course, all that power and performance doesn’t come cheap, costing just under £2,000,000. But if the car can break records as it claims, then it’s got to be worth it, right?

All we know is, this is one review you don’t want to miss! Will Mat go faster than he’s ever been before? And more importantly, will he break some records?! There’s only one way to find out… Join us for this ultra-in-depth review and see for yourself!

Chapters
00:00 Intro
00:44 McMurtry Overview
03:03 Exterior Design
04:12 Fan System
06:26 Interior
13:11 Annoying Features
14:21 Cool Features
16:26 0-60mph & 1/4-mile: Attempt #1
1945 0-60mph & 1/4-mile: Attempt #2


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