McLaren P1 GTR: new updates

McLaren P1 GTR: new updates

McLaren has released new images and details on the P1 GTR, the track-only sportscar that will make its global debut in production form at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March.


Following the first debut at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, McLaren has now revealed a set of images that document the testing process of the P1 GTR, across Europe and the Middle East.

McLaren P1 GTR testing

These tests have pushed the performance of the car to its limits, and have been designed to further enhance cooling and aerodynamics over the original design concept.

McLaren P1 GTR testing

Through significant weight-saving measures and track-optimisation of the hybrid powertrain, the McLaren P1 GTR will feature a power-to-weight ratio increase in excess of 10 percent over the road-going model, to more than 700 PS per tonne.

(Source: McLaren)

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