Over these last two years, we have seen our fair share of wacky McLaren P1 wraps but this particular example has to take the gold medal.
Buying an exotic ride means that it is already standing out and when you have the chance of purchasing an extremely rare and expensive one, like the McLaren P1, which has been produced in just 375 units, it’s guaranteed that chances are you will never see another identical one on the road. But what happens when you truly want your supercar to stand out? Well, you can have it wrapped in a weird shade, like the one pictured below. The P1 should be finished in Orange, White, Black or several other “normal” shades so what this unit is basically telling me the IQ level of the owner.
The McLaren P1 has been in production since 2013, when it was unveiled during the Geneva Motor Show, along with one of its main rivals, the Ferrari LaFerrari. The trio has been completed six months later when Porsche has unveiled the final variant of the 918 Spyder, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The P1 is a plug-in hybrid supercar put together in Woking, Surrey, England, offered with a 2-door coupe body style and a rear mid-engined and RWD layout. It is using the 3.8L twin turbo V8 engine, which has been upgraded, along with an in-house developed electric motor, for a total output of 903 HP and 978 Nm of torque. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), it needs 2.8s and top speed stands at 350 km/h (217 mph).