Do You Want A McLaren P1 With Your LaFerrari?

Getting a McLaren P1 and a LaFerrari together under the same roof is far from easy, but this dealer has managed to do so. Now, all that’s missing is a buyer to take them both home.

If Fusion Luxury Motors sounds familiar to you, it might be thanks to Floyd Mayweather, as the car dealer is the athlete’s first choice, and intermediate, when it comes to acquiring very high-end, rare exotics.

And it shows, as the vendor currently houses two of the most sought after automobiles at the moment.

Both of these hypercars are for sale, obviously, but their eye-watering $6,600,000 price tag could buy you a very long list of exclusive and exciting automobiles from the dealer’s current inventory, including a SLR McLaren, a Ford GT, a Lamborghini Diablo, a Plymouth Hemi Cuda, a Porsche 356, and a 911 Turbo “Flachbau”. And you’ll still be left with roughly $5,000,000.

The models are described by the dealer as “appreciating investments”, and while the LaFerrari has 1072 Miles on the clock, the P1 displays only 700. The McLaren is also rarer (375 units build instead of 499), and, judging by the reviews, a little faster as well – although nobody than a professional racing-driver probably won’t tell the performance difference between them.

Nevertheless, at $2,200,000 it costs half the price of the LaFerrari. Rome wasn’t built in a day and the Italians have had a long head start in the game, which explains the disparity.

LaFerrari

McLaren P1

  • benT

    I loaned them for just one day….

  • stallion999

    I had a chance to visit a dealer in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The place had :

    2 LaFerrari’s

    3 Mclaren P1s

    3 Porsche 918s

    not sure what’s left of them but they also had 2 F40s and an XJ220 along with a couple of Paganis,
    You can check their website:
    http://www.sevencarlounge.com

  • Deckard_Cain

    Beautiful.

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