McLaren has at last confirmed the all-important numbers for its new 673kW P1 hypercar: how many seconds it will take to transport you to 100 kilometers-per-hour.
Initially listed merely as "less than three seconds", the British supersports marque has now settled on a time of 2.8 seconds for the run to 100km/h, while punching on to 200km/h will take just 6.8 seconds.
So what about 300km/h? A lazy 16.5 seconds, McLaren says, or around 5.5 speedier better than the P1's predecessor, the F1.
The carmaker promises a quarter-mile (0-400m) time of just 9.8 seconds at 245km/h. Top speed is listed at an electronically-limited 350km/h.
What's more, McLaren says the P1 will come to a stop from 100km/h in 2.9 seconds - over 30.2 metres. It'll haul up from 200km/h in just 4.5 seconds - over a huge 116 metres - and from 300km/h in an incredible 6.2 seconds over 246 metres.
All that remains now is an official Nurbugring time, although McLaren is believed to be in the process of settling that score as we speak.
Outspoken McLaren boss Ron Dennis has previously claimed the P1 will set "a new benchmark" for supercars, anticipating a time below seven minutes.