As production of the McLaren P1 continues, more and more uniquely-specced examples are beginning to surface online. Most recently, MTTR Photography has posted up an image of a previously unseen P1 which is really unlike any other seen before.
This P1 has been heavily customised through McLaren Special Operations and really stands out. For starters, it is painted in a pure shade of white which is already a rarely-optioned colour for the British hybrid hypercar. Making the car really pop are the selection of bright orange elements, most notably on the front bumper, wing mirrors, doors and rear wing. On most P1s, these elements are finished in clear-coated carbon fibre.
Other key design elements of this P1 include the orange brake calipers, matte black wheels, white roof scoop and inside, orange leather across the seats and steering wheel. Unless the owner of this P1 plans on locking it away in a garage, there’s a good chance will see more of it in the future and hopefully will also get the chance to check out the rear fascia.
Under the skin, it is powered by a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine delivering 903 hp when mated to an electric motor. By: GtSpirit