Rare McLaren P1 GTR Spotted On The Streets Of London

Spotting

Stunning.

The McLaren P1 GTR is a ferocious beast of a track car. It comes powered by an electrically assisted 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that is capable of cranking out an earth-shattering 986 horsepower. Although the GTR is by definition a purebred track car, it was recently revealed that British automotive company Lanzante Motorsport may have plans to make a street legal version. In fact, just about a month ago a street legal McLaren P1 GTR appeared for sale in Italy for a staggering price of $7.2 million.

One of these awesome British race cars was recently filmed being unloaded in the middle of the London streets before being put on display. This video gives a rare close up look of the stunning P1 GTR.

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