McLaren P1 Alain Prost Edition

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Inspired by the legendary F1 champion, McLaren has developed a one-off supercar presented at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Behold the McLaren P1 Alain Prost Edition.

After winning three of his four world championships for McLaren, the brand decided it was about time to build a vehicle for the French icon. The vehicle is draped in white livery with both blue and red details scattered about the carbon fiber body along with a set of red calipers on all four corners, taking on design cues from Prost’s white, red and blue racing helmet. On the inside, more of the same is found with blue alcantara seats providing a nice finishing touch to the mix. Also presented by the British auto maker at the festival are the 675LT from the super series alongside the 570s from the sport series.

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