What can be a better background image on your computer than a McLaren F1 and a P1, both finished in black, standing side by side?
Well, to a true car collector or petrol head, who is passionate about the British brand, this is the best thing ever. The McLaren P1 is considered to be the spiritual successor of the ‘90s supercar, which has been produced in just 106 examples. This has been put together between 1992 and 1998, in Woking, Surrey, England, and it used to be the world’s fastest production supercar, reaching 372 km/h (231 mph) with the rev limiter and 391 km/h (243 mph) with the rev limiter removed.
Power came from a 6.1 liter V12 engine connected to a 6-speed manual transmission, rated at 627 HP (468 kW) and 651 Nm (480 lb-ft) of torque. The P1, on the other hand, is another magnificent ride. It packs a modified 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 petrol engine with 727 HP (542 kW) and 719 Nm (531 lb-ft), backed up by an electric motor with 176 HP (131 kW) and 260 Nm (192 lb-ft). The total output is 903 HP and 978 Nm of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h acceleration made in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph), electronically limited.