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Final Mclaren P1 no.375


McLaren P1 Production Ends With P1 no.375

Final Mclaren P1 no.375

McLaren P1 has reached the end of its production. The 375th P1 just rolled off the assembly line at Woking marking the end of production and the first V8 hybrid supercar from McLaren. After a very successful run which kicked off in the summer of 2013, Mclaren will now halt the production of the P1 supercar. They will however continue to build the P1 GTR track car into 2016.

Final Mclaren P1 no.375

The first McLaren P1 to come out of Woking was an Ice Silver example with extensive carbon fiber. While it was in production, every P1 was meticulously put together and styled to personal preferences of customers from around the world by McLaren Special Operations (MSO). With a 3.8-liter V8 twin-turbo 903 hp engine at its heart, the P1 has proved to be a brilliant supercar and those who own one certainly wouldn’t regret their decision.

Final Mclaren P1 no.375

McLaren P1 #375 is finished in pearlescent orange with bare carbon on its aero bits. Riding on super-lightweight wheels painted in silver the last P1 features a lot of unique styling touches from MSO. Lightweight carbon fiber racing seats, black and orange Alcantara upholstery with contrast stitching makes this P1 very unique. The orange hue takes inspiration from the final McLaren F1 road car.

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