McLaren has announced that the 375th and final example of the P1 supercar recently left the assembly line, marking the end of the first chapter in the brand’s range-topping Ultimate Series.
Now, McLaren can start building the extremely limited-edition, track-only P1 GTR, which cranks out 986 horsepower.
Production of the McLaren P1 began in the summer of 2013, with all units sold prior to the first car being delivered. Running at full capacity, the bespoke Ultimate Series production line within the McLaren Production Centre finished one car per day, with each individual model taking 17 days to complete on average.
By the way, the P1 powertrain comprises a 3.8L twin-turbo V8 engine with a lightweight, highly powerful electric motor. Total output is rated at 903 horsepower, allowing a top speed of 350 km/h (electronically limited). Through this innovative approach, the McLaren P1 is propelled from a standstill to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, with 200 km/h reached in 6.8 seconds and 300 km/h achieved in just 16.5 seconds — a full five seconds quicker than the legendary McLaren F1.