The P1 GTR went into production in 2015, after all 375 standard P1's had been built, as a homage to its race-winning ancestor, the iconic F1 GTR and were built, maintained and run by McLaren Special Operations. The P1 GTR's hybrid engine aims to produce 986 bhp (1,000 PS; 735 kW), representing an 83 bhp (84 PS; 62 kW) increase over the standard production P1, although McLaren did not disclose whether the power increase is from electrical boost or tuning the twin turbo 3.8-litre V8.
In a fitting coincidence, as the finishing touches were being made to the 375th production model, the team at MSO were starting work on the first full-body visual carbon fibre examples of the McLaren P1™.
All 375 McLaren P1 supercars destined for production are accounted for, which means if you’re in the market for a hybrid hypercar your only option left would be the Porsche 918 Spyder.
How many P1s actually exist? At E3, we heard that there are only two McLaren P1s in the world. Late last week, Autogespot's carspotters in the Netherlands found this silver P1.
What is so remarkable about the P1, of which 375 will be made, is its ability to corral a 727-hp twin-turbo V-8, a 177-hp electric motor fed by a lithium-ion battery pack, and a mass of power ...
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It is available only to existing McLaren P1 customers. The McLaren P1 GTR has been modified from the road-going McLaren P1. The front track is 80 mm wider and the car sits 50 mm lower to the ground on centre-locking 19-inch motorsport alloy wheels.
McLaren says only 107 F1s were ever built, making it not only one of the best supercars of all time, but also one of the rarest. Production ended in 1998. Photo credit McLaren.
McLaren has excited us with the official production numbers of the 675LT, but saddened us with news that they are all sold out.
All that experience was put to the test again in 1998 when McLaren developed the world's first tandem Formula 1 car, the West McLaren Mercedes MP4/98T.