McLaren previews P1 GTR design concept ahead of Pebble Beach debut

Special Cars 25 Jul 2014
McLaren previews P1 GTR design concept ahead of Pebble Beach debut

At the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance McLaren will unveil the P1 GTR, a track-focused model set to be sold in very limited edition from summer 2015.


This extreme concept was conceived in response to requests from buyers of the road legal McLaren P1 for a track focused edition of their car, and will be available for purchase only to this group as a fully comprehensive programme to include driving events, training and vehicle support.

The McLaren P1 GTR will go into production in June 2015 when the 375th and final example of the McLaren P1 road car has been completed – two decades on from the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans win by the  McLaren F1 GTR.

McLaren P1 GTR Concept Design Sketch

The design concept of the car will be unveiled during an exclusive preview at the McLaren Brand Centre on the 18th Fairway at the Pebble Beach Lodge at 18.00 EST on Friday 15 August (02.00 BST Saturday 16 August), and will make its public debut on the Pebble Beach Concept Lawn over the course of the weekend

(Source: McLaren)

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