The McLaren P1 GTR has been recently rendered in a production guise as the model in question is said to be introduced soon.
McLaren has announced its plans to introduce a road-legal version of the P1 GTR but this makes no sense since the supercar is already based on the road-legal P1. Chances are that it will be slightly more powerful than the current P1 and that it will be dropping some of its comfort features from the cabin in an attempt to keep the weight down. Expect some carbon fiber addition too, which will also play a key role in the weight problem, along with probably a large rear wing and some new designs for the wheels.
The current variant of the McLaren P1 GTR is aimed towards the track. The model has been unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and it stands at 50 mm lower and 80 mm wider compared to the regular version, coming with a 10 percent improved downforce. The supercar has 19-inch motorsport center-locking alloy wheels with Pirelli slick tires and a large fixed rear wing. It has also received Inconel exhaust pipes, polycarbonate side windows and carbon fiber panels. The same 3.8l twin turbo V8 engine can be found under its hood, but this is now rated at 800 HP (588 kW), while the electric motor is generating 200 HP (147 kW). The total output produced is 1,000 HP (736 kW). The carmaker has sold more than 40 units of the supercar.
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