This McLaren P1 GTR has just 179 miles on the clock and is the 28th example converted by Lanzante.
This P1, owned by a real estate mogul, is clad in matte carbon fiber and is chassis number 142 of 375.
The McLaren P1 GTR is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 complemented by an electric motor.
This P1 left the factory painted white, then got a chameleon carbon tint, and its owner finally settled on this one.
The granddaddy of McLaren’s Ultimate Series models naturally steals the show even in this exalted company .
Buying this rare, and nicely specced, P1 prototype requires a little less than $1.7 million .
Almost a thousand horses from a racer you can drive on the road and looks like this – what more can you ask for?.
Among the cars seized are a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster and Koenigsegg One:1.
This dealership currently hosts three 918 Spyders, two Veyrons, four 812 Superfasts and three Aventador SVJs…
Affected models include the MP4-12C, 650S, 675LT, P1 and the 570 Sports Series range.
This P1 GTR features a bespoke paint scheme created by Bruce Canepa and McLaren.
McLaren told us that the report about the Senna GTR launching in four dates is false.