McLaren P1 Selling Fast

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Get them while their hot! Only 100 units left of McLaren's £866,000 P1 hypercar.

Sales of theMcLaren P1 began immediately after the flagship supercar debuted in Geneva and, according to Autocar, almost two-thirds of the 375-unit run have now been sold. As a senior McLaren exec admitted to the British publication, “We are ahead of ourtargets and we still have 500 hot sales prospects on our list.” McLaren’ssales offensive of its 903-horsepower P1 began in Europe before moving to the US andthe Middle East. Asia is the final market to be visited where the bulk of the100 or so remaining P1s are expected to be sold.

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