The 903 hp produced by the hybrid powertrain also help the P1 hit 62 mph in 2.9 seconds .
The chassis of this P1 GTR is finished in a livery similar to the one used by Senna’s 1988 McLaren MP4/4.
You wouldn’t want to plummet down a Pikes Peak cliff in a McLaren P1 LM.
With U.S. examples going for over $2 million, this nicely specced P1 is ideal for any collector.
Jenson Button’s McLaren P1 has a special ‘Track Mode 2’.
Built as a one-off to satisfy a customer request, this is the closest a modern McLaren comes to the first Longtail.
The Mclaren P1 GT is a modern take on the 1997 F1 GT Longtail.
The whole project started when a customer from the Middle East requested a true longtail version of the P1.
This McLaren P1 GTR is being converted to Longtail spec by the same company behind the road-going LM.
The experienced racer will be responsible for honing the dynamics of all future McLarens.
The project was eventually shelved and the P1 arrived as the hybrid hypercar we all know.
The two Formula 1 champions sure know how to drive McLaren’s hypercar on the tight streets of the Municipality .