Driving from the Middle of the Car Is About to Make a Comeback: Here Are the Pros and Cons


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Twenty years after production of the coveted F1 supercar ended, McLaren will again put drivers in the center seat with its new $2 million-plus grand tourer codenamed BP23. The British racing specialists weren’t the first to literally put their customers at the center of their work, but McLaren became synonymous with the central driving position due to the impossibly long shadow cast by the F1. When it shows the BP23 later this year, the company hopes to recapture some of that magic, thanks in no small part to the unconventional seating configuration. READ MORE ››


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