2015 Mclaren P1
2015 McLaren P1 - 1,102 miles, 1 OF 127 US CARS, PRISTINE, ONE OWNER!!
With just 375 units produced worldwide and only 127 examples for the US Market, P1's are increasingly harder to find and are surely going to appreciate over time.
This stunning example has traveled just 1,102 miles and is absolutely pristine and ready to be enjoyed as part of any collection. Carfax is clean and shows 1 Owner!
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About the P1:
The McLaren P1 is a limited-production plug-in hybrid sports car that was debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Sales of the P1 began in the United Kingdom in October 2013 and all 375 units were sold out by November. Production ended in early December 2015.The United States accounted for 34% of the units and Europe for 26%.
Utilizing hybrid power and Formula 1 technology, the P1 has a mid-engine, rear wheel drive design that used a carbon fiber monocoque and roof structure safety cage concept called MonoCage, which is a development of the MonoCell first used in the MP4-12C and then in subsequent models.
Its main competitors were the LaFerrari and the Porsche 918. They are all similar in specifications and performance, and in a race around Silverstone circuit they were all within half a second of each other, the P1 finishing first at 58.24 seconds and the LaFerrari finishing last at 58.58 seconds; the 918 was in-between with 58.46 seconds.
Parts of the car were inspired by a sailfish that Frank Stephenson saw when on holiday in Miami.
The P1 features a 3.8 L twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The twin turbos boost the petrol engine at 20.3 psi to deliver 727HP at 7,500 rpm and 531 lb⋅ft of torque at 4,000 rpm, combined with an in-house-developed electric motor producing 177HP and 192 lb⋅ft of torque.
The electric motor and the gas engine in the P1, produce a combined power output of 903HP and 723 lb⋅ft of torque. The electric motor can be deployed manually by the driver or left in automatic mode, whereby the car's ECUs 'torque fill' the gaps in the petrol engine's output, which is considered turbo lag. This gives the powertrain an effective powerband of almost 7,000 rpm. The car has rear-wheel-drive layout and is equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission developed by Graziano Trasmissioni.
Power for the electric motor is stored in a 324-cell lithium-ion high-density battery pack located behind the cabin, developed by Johnson Matthey Battery Systems. The battery can be charged by the engine or through a plug-in equipment and can be fully charged in two hours. The car can be operated using either the petrol engine, the electric motor or with a combination of the two.
The P1 has an all-electric range of at least 6.2 mi on the combined European drive cycle. Under the EPA cycle, the range in EV mode is 19 mi.
The P1 has Formula 1 derived features such as the Instant Power Assist System (IPAS), which gives an instant boost in acceleration via the electric motor, a Drag Reduction System (DRS) which operates the car's rear wing, thereby increasing straight line speed, and a KERS. Both of these features (IPAS, DRS) are operated via two buttons on the steering wheel.
According to McLaren the P1 accelerates from 0–62 mph in 2.8 seconds, 0–124 mph in 6.8 seconds, and 0–186 mph in 16.5 seconds, making it a full 5.5 seconds faster than the F1, and a standing quarter mile is claimed in 9.8 seconds at 152 mph.
Autocar tested 0–60 mph in 2.8 seconds, 0–120 mph in 6.9 seconds, the standing quarter mile in 10.2 seconds at 147.5 mph The P1 is electronically limited to a top speed of 217 mph.
The P1 has a dry weight of 3,075 lbs, giving it a power-to-weight ratio of 656 PS/ton. It has a curb weight of 3,411 lbs which translates to 601 PS/ ton.
The P1 also features bespoke Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tires and specially developed carbon-ceramic rotor, caliper and brake pads from Akebono. According to McLaren it takes 6.2 seconds to brake from 186 mph to standstill.
Production was strictly limited to 375 units which, according to McLaren, is to maintain exclusivity.
After some delays, production began in October 2013. Hand-assembled by a team of 61 engineers, at a production rate of one car per day McLaren production was planned for fifty cars by the end of 2013. The first delivery to a retail customer took place at the company's headquarters in Woking, England, in October 2013,[with 12 units manufactured by mid November 2013. The first P1 delivery in the U.S. occurred in May 2014.The production run ended in December 2015.
According to JATO Dynamics, only twenty units had been registered worldwide during the first nine months of 2014. A total of 12 P1s were registered in Switzerland during 2014,and an additional five units between January and August 2015. About 59 units were delivered in the U.S. in 2014, and sales in the American market totaled about 127 units delivered through December 2015.
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