Street-legal McLaren P1 GTR is now for sale, are any petrolheads interested?

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Only 58 units of McLaren P1 GTR were made and one of them is being sold by a German exotic car dealership Luxury and Expensive. The unit we are looking is number 34 and is quite eye-catching thanks to bright yellow paint scheme. At this point of time, mileage details have not been divulged in the listing, but we know for sure that this particular P1 GTR is one of the few models that was converted by Lanzante into street-legal vehicles. Front of this McLaren P1 GTR consist of sharp carbon fiber front splitter and grille complemented by a tallow hood and wheel arches.

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P1 GTR rides on a set of black wheels with center locks and black brake calipers that ensures paintwork gains all the attention it deserves. Moreover, there is a sleek combination of yellow painted surfaces and exposed carbon fiber surfaces across its rear half. Like any other McLaren P1 GTR, this model massive rear wing gives it a new dimension to the visual highlight. According to McLaren, Senna is quicker around the racetrack than the P1 GTR, even though it is around 200hp less powerful. Nonetheless, one a handful would argue that McLaren P1 GTR is far better looking and is perfect amalgamation of functionality.

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Power in the McLaren P1 GTR comes from twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 unit along with an electric motor. In standard form, road-legal P1 version offers an impressive 903hp. However, McLaren P1 GTR offers 986hp and all the generated power is transferred to rear wheels. This helps in making a beast on the track.

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