This McLaren P1 GTR Is Unused And A Complete Bargain


If you can ever call millions of dollars a bargain.

McLaren built just 45 units of the track-ready P1 GTR. Now, one of these cars is up for sale, and for less than you might think. Of course the car is selling for more than the original $3.06 million price, but it is less than another example which had a whopping $7.2 million price tag. It's not like this P1 has done a lot of miles either. In fact, the car seems to have never been driven and has 0 km on the odometer. The car has been listed for $4,524,000 on, a German car sale website. We don't know who would buy this and never drive it, but their loss is your gain.

The P1 GTR has 986 hp from its 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8. 0-60 mph takes just 2.8 seconds and you can bring the car to different driving events around the world. McLaren will also train you with the help of expert drivers and simulators that are used by F1 drivers. All of this is included in the P1 GTR program, and the first owner never used any of it. What is wrong with some rich people?

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