Yes, it’s a sad day folks! The last ever McLaren P1 has rolled off the line.
|Engine||Power||Torque||0-100kph||Top speed||Weight||Basic price|
|V8, twin turbo, 3799cc||903bhp @7500rpm||531lb ft @ 4000rpm||2.8secs||350kph||1395kg||$1.35 million|
The final chapter in the production of the McLaren P1 has now been written as the 375th and final example has rolled off the production line. The McLaren P1 made its debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show as a design study and production followed the summer of the following year., with all cars sold prior to the first car being delivered
Following this, each and every car was custom-built to the exacting specifications of its owner, in consultation with the team at McLaren Special Operations (MSO), ensuring that no two cars are the same. Running at full capacity, the bespoke Ultimate Series production line within the McLaren Production Centre (MPC) finished one car per day, with each individual model taking 17 days to complete on average.
The final production example of the McLaren P1 is finished in pearlescent orange, with raw carbon fibre weave features. The lightweight wheels are finished in silver, while the lightweight carbon fibre-shelled racing seats are upholstered in black and orange Alcantara, with contrasting stitching carried over to the steering wheel.
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