The McLaren P1 GTR
Celebrating 20 years since their famous victory at Le Mans in 1995, McLaren announced that they would resurrect the GTR name by launching a track-only version of the P1, the P1 GTR.
The P1 GTR production model was officially unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow in 2015, and went into production later that year. Priced at £1.98m ex works, the price included a worldwide owners track day series. It is believed that a total of 58 cars were built.
The P1 GTR’s hybrid engine is rated at 1,000 PS (735 kW; 986 hp), representing an 84 PS (62 kW; 83 hp) increase over the standard production P1, achieved from changes to both the e-motor boost and mechanical changes to the turbocharged 3.8-litre V8.
The car featured slick tyres as standard and had greater levels of performance, grip, and downforce in comparison to the road car. Featuring a new fixed ride height on race-prepared suspension, a fixed rear wing capable of using DRS, and a new exclusively designed exhaust made of titanium and inconel.
This one-owner GTR has covered a very modest mileage and resides in a private collection. It is offered for sale on an off-market basis and is available to view by appointment.
For privacy reasons it is not the car pictured.
I ought to be so intimidated by this car, but instead I’m just dazzled by it, blown away. It’s utterly tremendous. It makes me laugh out loud, this £2 million track weapon – it’s actually fun to drive, wonderfully unintimidating. On my third flying lap I’m within a second of Bruno. He probably wasn’t trying, but that made me feel good.Ollie Marriage, TopGear Mazazine