After 2 years of arduous patience, McLaren has successfully completed crafting its P1 version of supercar the 375th, as well as the final model, which is also considered to be one of the most advanced and versatile supercars humankind, has ever witnessed.
People caught a glimpse of this wonderfully crafted supercar in the year of 2012 at Paris Auto Show which was still in its concept stage and shortly after six months, the actual manufacturing of this beast took place at Geneva Motor Show, immediately after the 375th slot was already sold. A large number of prototypes were built before the company actually initiated production for final consumers. Continuing full-scale manufacturing, each of these supercars takes 17 days on average for complete manufacturing.
This masterpiece of a supercar has been crafted with carbon fiber plating on its diffuser, splitter and the curved edges for providing maximum aerodynamics for enabling this marvelous invention for reaching the maximum speed that can provide you a mind busting adrenaline rush. The wheels are given silver texture and the last and final ride has been given a never before seen pearlescent orange that can be only be attained through a unique tinting procedure.
Even though the production of P1 has already ended, McLaren has already initiated its manufacturing of P1 GTR, slightly more vicious and faster than its younger sibling P1. The process is likely going to start in the upcoming weeks according to Business Insider.
The CEO of McLaren’s Ultimate Series had stated, “The McLaren P1 has already established itself as an icon and any car that is to continue the lineage of the Ultimate Series will need to be a worthy successor.” As a result, the company is willing to consider any forms of changes in its technology in order to build bigger, faster and more sophisticated supercars the world is yet to unravel in the future. Behold McLaren P1, the ultimate supercar that can leave a trail of fire as it zaps the roads!
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