McLaren P1 GTR revealed as a design concept

McLaren has unveiled the track-only P1 GTR as a design concept, previewing the dramatic look of the ultra-exclusive track-focused racer, which will enter production in little under a year time.

With P1 GTR the goal is simple and clear: to be the best driver’s car in the world on track.

The 3.8-litre V8 twin-turbo mid-mounted engine and the electric motor have been modified to produce a combined 986bhp (up from 903bhp).

There is also a new more aerodynamic body with a +80mm increased front track, GT-style front splitter, repositioned mirrors, roof scoop, additional aerodynamic blade behind the wheelarch and a Formula 1-derived large, fixed rear wing.

In addition to a more aerodynamic bodywork, the McLaren P1 GTR also features motorsport-spec 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped with race-proven slick tyres, a fixed ride height, and an ERS-style push-to-pass system.

With the debut of P1 GTR Design Concept, McLaren has also announced a bespoke McLaren P1 GTR driver programme. The ultra-exclusive ownership programme will include specialist driver training, human performance and access to the McLaren racing simulator. The programme will be completely bespoke, with each individual having a fully-tailored experience.

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