All three are plug-in hybrids combining an electric motor with a conventional petrol engine. Ferrari uses a V12, while Porsche and McLaren are both using a turbocharged V8. The 918 Spyder packs 875bhp, LaFerrari 950bhp and P1 has a total power output of 903bhp.
Porsche’s 918 Spyder hybrid supercar is priced from £650k and McLaren’s F1 successor from £866,000, while the LaFerrari is going for around £1M. Reportedly the only one still available to buy is the 918 Spyder, while both P1 and LaFerrari have been sold out.
Seeing these three together is a quite rare sight, recently these three hybrid supercars gathered at the Assen Circuit in the Netherlands. Leading the parade as a Swedish supercar Koenigsegg Agera R.
This was more of a show, not an actual race, but still very impressive seeing all four on the race track.