This particular model may be the world’s first road-legal McLaren P1 GTR and this is a perfect example that money can indeed buy everything.
A British compact called Lazante has announced, not that long ago, that it will be offering road conversions for the McLaren P1 GTR, in the near future, and with the program being approved by McLaren, the first image with what seems to be the first road-legal unit of the P1 GTR has surfaced online. The image has been posted on Instagram but it was deleted shortly and it is showing us a bright blue finished P1 GTR, lacking the racing livery. Whether this is really a road-legal P1 GTR is hard to say at the moment, but if it is, than McLaren will most likely promote it in the weeks to come.
The McLaren P1 GTR has been officially unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. This is a track-only toy which is currently taking aim at the Ferrari FXX K and, just like its name is suggesting, it has been based on the road-legal P1. The hypercar is bringing carbon fiber panels in the engine bay and roof, titanium and Inconel exhaust system, polycarbonate side windows and it is 50 mm lower and 80 mm wider than the regular P1. The downforce has been improved by 10 percent. The hypercar has 19-inc motorsport center locking alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli slick tires and 800 HP (588 kW) coming from the 3.8l twin turbo V8, with 200 HP (147 kW) added from the electric motor. The total output stands at 1,000 HP (736 kW).