Have you ever wondered what colors you can order for your McLaren P1 GTR? Here are 12 of those color combos.
Award-winning twin-turbo V8 or not, a Ferrari V12 will always sound better. One the plus side, the P1 GTR will make it outside the track while all FXX K stay locked up at Ferrari’s.
McLaren confirmed that F1 GTR specialist Lanzante will convert some of the track-only P1 GTRs to road legal specification starting in the summer. What LaFerrari?
I understand 986 horsepower, but what do those buttons do on the steering wheel? And can I ignore those bloody warning messages? Here are all the answers, in case you suddenly find yourself in a P1 GTR.
You know how on some websites when you enter your name, you often get the privilege of selecting an honorific for yourself from a pull-down menu? For most of us, it's usually just a boring old Mr. or Ms., maybe a Dr. if you're lucky. Not McLaren buyers. This may be the best pull-down honorific list I've ever seen.
McLaren brought both its new trackday special P1 GTR and its original F1 road car together to the Geneva Auto Show, and the difference between the two feels like a century apart.
The McLaren P1 GTR is the purest essence of a British hybrid trackday wondercar, with nothing you don't need and all of that 986 horsepower and a fat wing you do. Every version we've seen has technically been a "concept," but this gorgeously-liveried spec is the one you can actually plunk down cash for and purchase.
The McLaren P1 GTR is not a race car. The McLaren P1 GTR is not a racecar. The McLaren P1 GTR is not a racecar. But dammit it's a 986 horsepower stripped and prepped trackday beast and I love it anyway.
Ferrari just unveiled the FXX K, a hybrid V12 track monster with 1,035 horsepower and 50 percent more downforce than the already bonkers LaFerrari. But the best part is that its name is basically Fuck. And Ferrari knew exactly what they were doing. Naming its fastest ever car after explicit coitus is brilliant.
[From McLaren: The dedicated test team of engineers, technicians and development drivers continues to progress the programme, and has recently completed a successful test in the extreme desert heat at the Bahrain International Circuit.]
Welcome to your brand new McLaren P1 GTR. This is its crazy interior. If you press the right buttons, you get 986 horsepower to play with. Just remember your training, you're on an F1 track, and you're basically Ayrton Senna... except with less talent and more money.
The McLaren P1 has to be one of the most radical and extreme supercars ever made. But this, the McLaren P1 GTR is said to be "optimized to offer more extreme performance." This is a P1 on meth, heroin, with a dash of ketamine.
McLaren will make no more than fifty 986 horsepower $3.35 million P1 GTRs, but you can only buy one if you already have a "regular" P1 in the garage. And there's more.
McLaren has released an official design sketch of its track-focused P1 GTR that will debut at Pebble Beach, and it pretty much looks like murder on wheels.