If you live in Europe, a few units are still up for grabs.
Unfortunately if you live in the States, Asia Pacific, or Middle East then you’re bang out of luck. As while there are still a few units left of the 375-unit limited edition McLaren P1, these are all earmarked for Europe. All other regions have sold out their allocation and the British carmaker is unlikely to move some of these away from Europe, despite its continued economic troubles. According to Autocar, McLaren is determined to preserve the hybrid supercar’s exclusivity in each region.
As much as 90 percent of P1 buyers have requested bespoke work of McLaren Special Operations, with the average sale price of a P1 at over £1 million as a result. That's a pretty serious jump from the hypercar’s £866,000 base price for which you get 903 horsepower, an F1-derived Drag Reduction System, push-to-pass electric boost, carbon-fiber everything, a 0-60 time of under three seconds and a top speed of 217 mph.