The 375th McLaren P1 was finished with a pearlescent orange color in accordance with the 1st P1 finished in Ice Silver. Both the cars had visual carbon fiber touches.
The production of the legendary McLaren P1 has come to and end. The 375th model of the most advanced supercar from the Mclaren stable was recently produced. So, supercar buyers around the world have lost their opportunity to own a P1.
The McLaren P1 was showcased at the Detroit Motor Show in 2012 as a designing study. The prodoction started in the summer of 2013. The first P1 was finished in Ice Silver shade with visible carbon fiber touches. All the 375 models were sold even before the first one was delivered. The first model of the McLaren F1 replacement went out on the manufacturer’s 50th Anniversary in September 2013.
All the 375 Mclaren P1 supercars were hand built according to the buyer’s preferences. Hence, no two P1s we ever the same. Every unit of the P1 required 800 hours for production and 105 people performing their tasks. Talking about the engine of the supercar. It was powered by 3.8-liter, V-8 engine with an electric motor that jointly produces 903 HP and a peak torque of 901 NM. This engine helped the McLaren do 0-62 miles an hour in just 2.8 seconds. The top speed was limited to 217 miles an hour.
Coming to the 375th McLaren p1 which was recently produced. The last P1 is finished in a pearlescent orange shade with similar visual carbon fiber touches on the splitter, diffuser, etc. seen on the first P1. The shade has come from the 64th and the last McLaren F1 roadcar. The interior of the last McLaren P1 is also customized. It is crafted by the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) team with carbon fiber seats, the stitching sees a contrast of black and orange Alcantara.
The McLaren P1 was a strong contendor of the Hyper 5 – Ferrari LaFerrai, Porche 918 Spyder, Bugatti Veyron, Pagani Huayra and the outgoing P1. Out of this the Veyron has recently been discontinued after completing 450 units. However, the successor of the Veyron will be here by 2017. McLaren too is not going out with the discontinuation of the P1. The entire facility can now concentrate on the McLaren P1 GTR. An ultimate series of the P1 is also awaited. This series will be faster than the regular P1. But, that will not happen before 2017.