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[VIDEO] McLaren P1’s digital dash revealed, confirmed for Geneva debut
The British based automaker has recently released a video with the digital dash of the P1 and the supercar has also been confirmed to be make its public debut, in production form, in Geneva.
The newest creation signed by McLaren is named the P1 and the concept variant of the model has been officially presented to the public last year. But now the model is ending up in our news once again, this time with the help of an official video, which is revealing its digital dash. The McLaren P1 will get a Race mode, specially developed for track use, and this will get F1-like shift indicators. The Race model is also controlling the rear wing, which is positioned in an optimal aerodynamic position.
The production version of the McLaren P1 has been ordered, apparently, by 120 people, after the model has been unveiled during a private event for VIPs, which basically means rich and old people, with a passion for supercar. The McLaren P1 is the official successor of the iconic F1 and the model will get the same engine used on the MP4-12C and 12C Spider, which has been tweaked in order to provide approximately 150 HP more. Production of the P1 will be limited to just 500 units and prices for the model will start at 1.2 million USD.
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