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Ahead of our global reveal in just a few days at the 83rd International Geneva Motor Show, we’re ready to reveal the final facts and figures relating to the most technologically advanced and overall fastest production car ever to come from the UK – the phenomenal McLaren P1.
The race-inspired Instant Power Assist System (IPAS) gives the McLaren P1™ astonishing performance. Zero to 100km/h will take less than 3 seconds, zero to 200 km/h under 7 seconds, and zero to 300 km/h will be achieved in no more than 17 seconds. Putting that into perspective, that’s 5 seconds faster than the legendary McLaren F1 road car.
The tyres fitted to the McLaren P1™ are specially created P Zero Corsas, which have been developed with McLaren’s technology partner, Pirelli. The final compound and construction produces a tyre that is finely tuned specifically to the performance and handling characteristics of the car.
To rein in the power produced by the dual powerplants, the McLaren P1™ is designed to offer braking performance more associated with a GT3 or sports racing car. Developed by McLaren’s Formula 1™ partner Akebono, the system features a new type of carbon ceramic disc, which has previously seen service in space, but never before used on a road car. Stronger than conventional carbon ceramic, the material dissipates heat more effectively, giving the highly efficient braking system exceptional stopping and cooling capability.
Over the past few months we asked potential McLaren P1™ customers about their views on the car’s styling. The unanimous verdict was that they felt it was something to marvel at and were already very excited about it. So unusually, the McLaren P1™ has translated to production form with very little change.
Supply globally will be strictly limited to 375 units, a figure that will ensure the McLaren P1™ will remain a rarity and, if spotted on the road, an unforgettable sight.
We pride ourselves on designing performance cars that owners can use regularly so the McLaren P1™ comes comprehensively equipped as standard with an array of colour and trim alternatives from which the customer will be able to choose as well as visible carbon fibre in the cabin. Indeed the options list is limited only to any further bespoke content that a customer might wish to add through McLaren Special Operations, and fitted luggage.
Finally, one surprising feature is that the car can also be driven solely in electric mode. In city driving, with an average speed of 30 mph, this could mean up to a 20km range, enough for an owner to enter and return from a city centre Zero Emissions Zone.
Please continue to watch out for further news and coverage from the official launch next week at the Geneva Motor Show. If you are coming to the show between the 7th and 17th March, we look forward to seeing you there!