A McLaren BP23 hypercar prototype has possibly been spotted in London.

After enjoying its best sales year ever in 2017, McLaren’s success looks set to continue in the coming years. The P1 was an era-defining hypercar, and soon it will be joined by several new Ultimate Series hypercars. As well as the insane Senna revealed late last year which the automaker is touting as its most extreme road car ever, McLaren is also working on a spiritual successor to the legendary F1. Codenamed the BP23, the «Hyper-GT» will adopt a similar three seat layout and central driving position.

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It will also be a grand-tourer and is being described as “the fastest ever McLaren” though it isn’t clear if that includes the Senna. As well as a few teaser sketches, McLaren has previously shared photos of a BP23 camouflaged test mule based on the 720S being driven by chief test driver Chris Goodwin who recently left the company to join Aston Martin and help develop the Valkyrie.