It would look a lot more like the Tarok concept, priced in the mid-$20,000s.
Report suggests the hot wagon is making a big return.
It goes by the codename 'F1.'
Hybrid is expected to have 600 horsepower.
Report says the car will use a stretched Porsche Taycan platform.
It will get the new inline-six from the X3 M and X4 M.
'Nobody's done another McLaren F1 since the F1.'
New platform and more powerful I-Pace tech under a five-door liftback body.
Report predicts the death of the budget, subcompact hatch.
Carbon roof standard, more powerful than M4 Competition.
Could it be the rumored $18 million custom?
IS F would also return, but with a twin-turbo V6.
Source says it will be shown "quite soon."
First deliveries will begin in early 2020.
It might not be the final thing, but it could be close.
The GranTurismo has been around since 2008.