This particular unit has less than 4,500km on the odometer and is all original. It even has the correct numbered McLaren F1 book and limited edition owner’s watch. Painted in Carbon Black, Chassis number 069 is a 1998 example and is one of the latest F1s in the world.
The F1 uses BMW's 6.1-litre V12 and pushes out 627bhp, enabling it to hit 390km/h when given enough room. It is the world's first road car to use a full carbon chassis and is still the world's fastest naturally-aspirated production road car.
McLaren did not realise any price for the car but those who feel rich, be prepared to part with a solid S$10million considering Rowan Atkisons's F1 was sold for S$16.5million.