The 900-horsepower hypercar is practically brand new.
McLaren won the 24 Hour of Le Mans with the F1 GTR - the first sportscar from the brand to bear the 'GTR' moniker - back in 1995. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of this historic achievement, in 2015, the British carmaker introduced the McLaren P1 GTR - the track-focused version of the street-friendly P1. Manufactured and maintained by Mclaren Special Operations, only 58 units of the P1 GTR were released to date. With an earth-shattering 986 horsepower, the P1 GTR is McLaren's most hardcore, track-oriented, hypercar to date. And now one exquisite example has come up for sale via Canepa.
Unsurprisingly, most P1 GTR's were bought solely as investments due to their venerability and exclusivity, with many owners keeping them locked away in garages. One such unit resides right here, in the USA, displaying a mere 283 miles on the clock. This particular P1 GTR was specced with a $30,000 'Track Package', a suite of track-specialized spares and equipment including a bespoke car cover, Vlog equipment, a computer tablet to access telemetry data, twin nitrogen bottles to power the two center-lock air guns, a nitrogen bottle to power the car's in-board lift system, a Bowser fuel system, a set of spare track tires, and a torque wrench.
In terms of performance, this P1 GTR's 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 hybridized engine generates 986 hp and 1,045 lb-ft of torque, enabling the hypercar to sprint from 0-60 mph in just 2.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 225 mph. As for its aesthetic, a gloss black paint exterior color-scheme has been optioned with silver front, side, and rear lower panels. On the inside, it sports only one seat for the driver, and the cabin is outfitted purely for the track, lacking any of the comforts and conveniences found in the regular P1. If you're interested in the hypercar but don't want to be restricted to the track, McLaren does offer a conversion kit that makes the P1 GTR street legal. Pricing is available upon request.