For sale McLaren P1 Volcano elite orange – new and unregistered.

McLaren P1 – new and unregistered. For sale
Volcano elite orange
Alcantara grey interior with orange stitching
Alcantara grey steering wheel with orange stitching
Stealth badges
Carbon front and rear bumpers
Carbon rear wing
Carbon mirrors and mirror arms
Silver brake calipers
Carbon snorkel
Exterior stealth badging

Press release
McLaren Automotive will be using the Paris Motor Show 2012 to preview our next generation ultimate supercar, the McLaren P1. Along with today’s release of the first ever photographs of our latest supercar, McLaren Automotive Managing Director Antony Sherriff, laid out his vision for the McLaren P1 “To make the most exciting, most capable, most technologically advanced and most dynamically accomplished supercar ever made – not necessarily to be the fastest in absolute top speed but to be the quickest and most rewarding series production road car on a circuit.” McLaren Automotive Executive Chairman Ron Dennis also hinted that The McLaren P1 is set to draw technological and spiritual inspiration from our Formula 1™ team – ‘The McLaren P1 will be the result of 50 years of racing and road car heritage,’ More details will be released on Thursday 27 September 2012 in Paris and we will be bringing you extensive coverage from the show, so be sure to check back regularly for all the latest news and exclusive content. Excited? We are…
McLaren web Page

In the time it takes you to read the first half of this sentence out loud, the McLaren P1™ will have accelerated to 100km/h (62mph). Eagerly anticipated data from an exhaustive testing programme that measured every performance facet of the McLaren P1™ was released today – and it confirms the car’s ballistic pace, with a 0-100km/h (62mph) acceleration time of just 2.8 seconds. Also, the answer to the question you are probably about to ask is yes, the McLaren P1™ can indeed outpace its legendary predecessor, the McLaren F1, which accelerates to 100km/h (62mph) in 3.2 seconds. For more than a decade the McLaren F1 reigned supreme as the fastest production car in the world. To this day it remains the world’s fastest naturally aspirated production car, and presents a formidable yardstick against which to measure the McLaren P1™. Fast-forward to 300km/h (186mph) and you get an even more dramatic impression of the incredible technical progress made by our engineers over the past two decades. The McLaren P1™ storms from a standstill to 300km/h (186mph) in just 16.5 seconds – a full 5.5 seconds quicker than the mighty McLaren F1. By deploying the combined 916PS (903bhp) and 900Nm might of its efficient V8 petrol engine and lightweight electric motor, the McLaren P1™ can dispense with the standing quarter-mile (400m) challenge in just 9.8 seconds, by which point it is travelling at 245km/h (152mph). The top speed of the McLaren P1™ has been electronically limited to 350km/h (217mph), but as McLaren P1™ programme director Paul Mackenzie points out, achieving ultimate top speed was never on the engineering to-do list. ‘It may not be the fastest car in the world in absolute top speed, but that was never our goal. Rather, we believe it is the fastest ever production car on a racing circuit – a much more important technical statement, and far more relevant for on-road driving.’ Thanks to the specially formulated, silicon carbide-coated, carbon ceramic discs of its bespoke Akebono brake system, the McLaren P1™ provides phenomenal stopping power. Under full braking from 100km/h (62mph), the car comes to a dead stop in just 30.2 metres – compare that with the UK recommended stopping distance of 102 metres. Despite its exceptional performance, the McLaren P1™ returns an impressive 34.0mpg (8.3l/100km) on the EU combined cycle, while producing CO2 emissions of 194g/km. Of course, the McLaren P1™ can also be driven solely in electric mode, during which it delivers a range of 11km (6.8 miles) on the NEDC cycle and emissions are reduced to zero.

‘Owners will become part of the McLaren family, if they aren’t already,’ confirms McLaren Automotive Sales and Marketing Director Greg Levine. ‘To maintain exclusivity we have closely monitored demand, and the production number of just 375 units will ensure that the McLaren P1™ will remain a rarity and, if spotted on the road, an unforgettable sight.’ Production of the McLaren P1™ in the state-of-the-art £40 million Foster + Partners-designed McLaren Production Centre in Woking, England began in July, with the first car coming off the line in September. Fittingly, this rounds off the month in which we celebrated 50 years since Bruce McLaren began building racing cars in a dirt-floored workshop in South London. Today, it takes a carefully selected team of 82 highly skilled technicians 17 days to craft a McLaren P1™. Once the line is running at full capacity, the 375 cars scheduled will be built at the rate of one a day, with production due to run until mid-2015.

The McLaren P1 has sold out All examples of the P1 destined for the Americas, Asia Pacific and the Middle East had already been sold earlier this year. The continued economic uncertainty in Europe has been put down as the reason why the P1 took longer to sell in Europe. McLaren received a sales push for the P1 in North America on the back of its appearance at the Pebble Beach after a McLaren F1 sold for $8.47 million at an auction, raising interest in the firm. Confirmation that the P1 had lapped the Nurburgring in under seven minutes earlier this month is believed to have prompted another raft of sales. Potential customers are now being asked to register their interest with McLaren, lest any of the existing buyers change their plans during the build process. Around 75 per cent of P1 customers have opted for some level of unique design from McLaren Special Operations, pushing the average sale price of a P1 above £1 million.

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