McLaren P1 GTR

Aug 19, 2014

Category: Rides

If you thought the legend of the McLaren F1 would just grow dusty, you’re wrong. The British-based auto manufacturer is revving up those memories with the new McLaren P1 GTR, a speed demon that’s faster than any of us are probably ready for.

The 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-8 reportedly cranks out an astounding 986 horsepower, good enough to get you over 200 mph. The aerodynamics are insane with a wider body kit, lower front splitter, and larger fixed-height rear wing helping slice through the wind. The P1 GTR also features a Drag Reduction System (DRS) from the hydraulically-adjustable wing and an Energy Recovery System (ERS) for a jolt of electric power derived from captured braking energy. Production of the McLaren P1 GTR starts next year, and it will only be available to McLaren P1 owners. At roughly 1.98 million British Pounds (roughly $3.3 million), let’s hope they enjoy it.

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