If you’re in the market for one of the new three hybrid hypercars, you’re not in luck. Not only do we already know that the Ferrari LaFerrari is already entirely spoken for, but we now also learn from TopGear that the McLaren P1 is, as well. They say that a mere eight months after it was revealed in Geneva, all 375 examples of the planned production run have been sold.
The high demand caught the company a bit by surprise, as an official spokesperson that was quoted in the report said:
“We set ourselves the target to be sold out by year-end off the back of first cars being delivered to customers in September, the fiftieth anniversary of McLaren‘s founding. Demand for the car has been consistently strong since Geneva. A combination of the first feedback from customers and Top Gear’s review of the P1 has seen us cross the line a little sooner than we had planned…”
Still, there’s always the Porsche 918 Spyder to go for, and knowing the brand, its probably the most usable of the trio, plus it also gets the largest production run – 918 units will be made.
By Andrei Nedelea