McLaren’s track-only hypercar, the P1 GTR, was manufactured in just 45 units, and one of them is searching for a new home.
Listed for sale on Mobile, the vendor asks €4 million or $4,524,000 at today’s exchange rates for the yellow machine that left Woking’s assembly line in October 2015. Despite being six months old, it hasn’t been forged on any circuit, as its odometer still indicates 0 km.
All McLaren P1 GTR owners can participate in driving events on different tracks across the globe, with specialist vehicle support from the automaker, and they also get access to the brand’s racing simulators, “with driver training from experts that have helped develop and train Formula 1 champions”, as McLaren states. On top of that, consultations with Design Director Frank Stephenson and the firm’s driver fitness team are also included in the program.
Sending 1,000 PS (986 HP) of combined output to the rear wheels is a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, with 800 PS (789 HP) coming from the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 petrol engine and another 200 PS (197 HP) available from the electric motor. Sprinting from naught to 62 mph (100 km/h) takes less than 2.8 seconds and the hypercar has a top speed in excess of 200 mph (322 km/h).