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Given just 375 units of the McLaren P1 were built, the British hypercar appears to be popping up at dealerships with surprising frequency. The latest showroom to house the stunning supercar is Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island, who has priced this pristine example finished in Volcano Orange at a cool $2.09 million. That's almost double the original owner would have paid. Unlike most other P1s, there's no carbon fiber on the door, but does boast the lightweight material on the side skirts and bumpers.
Other nice touches include a high-voltage battery charger, stain-finish carbon-fiber instrument cluster and satin-carbon vent bezels.