McLaren Announces P1 Deliveries To Begin Soon

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This is indeed a momentous day for McLaren fans.

McLaren, the British Formula 1 team and manufacturer of small numbers of very exciting road cars has announced that the upcoming P1 hypercar is going through its final phase of testing, and that deliveries should be starting within the next few weeks. The testing is being conducted primarily in Arizona, California and Nevada, and it is focused on hot weather testing. A sound idea, as no small number of the cars will doubtless end up going to the Middle East.

But there is also some more immediate good news, as McLaren as released the first official footage of the car without any camouflage, and we have it here.

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