An incredibly rare McLaren P1 GTR, converted for street use, is currently up for sale in Elsloo, Netherlands on James Edition.
The P1 GTR in question is number 9 of just 45 produced by the British marque and one of only a handful to be made road legal thanks to Lanzante Motorsport. It also has just 245 km on the odometer, meaning it is effectively brand new and for any rich enthusiasts out there, potentially the only P1 GTR looking for a new home with so few miles under its belt.
Most of the exterior body panels have been painted in Cerulean Blue except for a silver element on both sides as well as the bright orange rear wing endplates, silver wing mirrors and orange roof scoop. The exterior is then adorned in a selection of carbon fiber components and like all other P1 GTRs, a number of stickers and branding.
Inside, one is welcomed by a similar layout to the ‘regular’ P1. However, there are a few notable changes. Most significantly, a Formula 1-inspired carbon fiber steering wheel takes pride of place in the cabin as do a number of new switches and toggles across the center console.
With a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 mated to an electric motor under its skin, the P1 GTR delivers 1000 PS (986 hp), making it one of the world’s fastest production cars.
It can be yours for the measly sum of 3.19 million euros ($3.59 million).