/Gallery: McLaren P1 #364 Ends Up in Munich

Gallery: McLaren P1 #364 Ends Up in Munich

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On the face of it, this plain black McLaren P1 may look like a fairly dull example of the British hyper car, what with all the colorful versions we’ve seen so far, but it has something that makes it rather special. This P1 is chassis number 364 which means it belong to the last batch of production P1s, which has a limited production run of 375 units.

Granted, that is not that big of a deal really. But then again, you don’t really need an excuse to enjoy the aesthetics of something as cool as a blacked-out McLaren P1, do you?

This car is now a citizen of Munich. The owner is evidently a man, or woman, of exquisite taste who likes understated things and steers clear of anything showy. The car is finished in metallic black and the carbon fiber parts are left exposed on display. The wheels are finished in matte black while the brake calipers, usually finished in red or yellow, are painted a dignified silver. Even the badges are finished in black.

The interior too is a sea of black, with Alcantara adorning most of the visible surfaces including the seats and the steering wheel, and unlacquered carbon fiber making up the rest of the cabin. They left the trim piece untreated because apparently it saves up a couple of kilograms!

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