The first pictures of the final production version of the McLaren P1 hyper car find their way to the web ahead of the car’s official debut at the Geneva Motor Show next week. These pictures will give you a closer look at the P1’s super clever aerodynamic features which apart from being functional, give the car its unique appearance.
At the front the air intakes are shaped in accordance with the splitter and its little winglets on each side to create a perfect airflow. Then we have the headlights that are inspired by McLaren logo, and have purpose-built air ducts underneath them. They also complement those aero holes in the hood.
Continuing to the side we have the side skirts which resemble those of the racing cars, and more hidden air intakes in the side panels to feed the car’s massive Powertrain. Around at the back we have a uniquely shaped rear diffuser, special LED taillights, and an active wing that disappears when it’s not needed.
The P1 has a minimalistic cabin to save as much weight as possible. Carpets are optional, and soundproofing materials are nowhere to be found. Everywhere you look you see exposed carbon fiber or suede.
As for the engine, the P1 is powered by a V8-Hybrid system consisting of a 3.8 liter twin-turbo unit and an electric motor. It has a total output of 916 PS, and even offers a few kilometers of pure electric driving.
UPDATE! Check out McLaren P1’s specs, details, and pricing.