McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo – Ulterior Future

1:8 scale


McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo – Ulterior Future

These superb models are available in three individual liveries – this model is finished as ‘Ulterior Future’.

Vision Gran Turismo, an idea which came about as a 15th anniversary celebration of PlayStation’s globally successful Gran Turismo franchise, is set to welcome a new contender to its futuristic stable, the McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo. Amalgam Collection is proud to announce its involvement in the McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo project, in a rare twist where the resulting model of the car will be the only physical manifestation of a purely digital design at a large scale.

Unrestrained by current production car constraints, the Vision Gran Turismo project was the brainchild of legendary Japanese game creator and racing car driver, Kazunori Yamauchi. The McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo is the work of the McLaren Automotive design team; Design Director Robert Melville and designer Alexandar Alexiev led the project, which showcases the kind of car that McLaren could produce beyond 2030.

The model, which at 1:8 scale measures around 60cm/24 inches long, has had direct input from Melville and Alexiev, and will be limited to a total of 91 models presented in three different liveries. The first model of the run features the lead livery, ‘Performance’ and has been recently gifted to Kazunori Yamauchi as a mark of respect for his creation of the project. A further 30 models of each livery – ‘Performance’, ‘Noir de Noir’ and ‘Ulterior Future’ – will be available for general purchase. Uniquely, three early concept sketches of the car, all signed by Alexandar Alexiev, will accompany each model.

Each model bears a uniquely numbered plaque, individually signed by designers Melville and Alexiev, and is mounted on a new base design created especially for this edition.  McLaren Automotive announced the virtual Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo on the 19th September and Gran Turismo Sport for PlayStation 4 launched October 17.

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2998 Development time (hours)
330 Model build time (hours)
600 Model length (mm)
McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo - Ulterior Future
This hand-made model has taken approximately 2998 hours to develop.

Technical Details

Moving parts

This model does not feature moving parts, but contains fully-detailed exterior and cockpit finishing.


Polyurethane prototyping resin

Original manufacturer’s specified paints

Carbon fibre


Original manufacturer’s specified paints

Manufacturer approved race decals

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