McLaren P1 to be made in 20 units with a full carbon fiber body image

McLaren is planning on introducing 20 units of the impressive P1 hybrid supercar with a full carbon fiber body.

The British based automaker McLaren is being inspired by Pagani as the company will be introducing 20 units with a full carbon fiber body, just like the Italian carmaker is doing with the Huayra. The announcement hasn’t been made official just yet, but according to Manny Khoshbin, the exotic car collector, this hybrid supercar will become a reality. Our source is stating that his Diamond White McLaren P1 will be heading back to the factory in order to receive carbon fiber body panels.

Besides this, only 20 supercars will become available with the optional full carbon fiber package and out of these, seven will be heading towards the United States, while the rest will be offered in the rest of the world. We are not sure what price tag this will be carrying but it will be more expensive than a regular P1. The updated model will be coming with the same 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 engine under its hood, along with the electric motor, producing a total output of 903 HP and 978 Nm of torque.