McLaren P1 Interior Revealed

McLaren has released first pictures of the P1 supercar interior, which is very minimalist, using plenty of bare carbon fibre, while taking design clues from fighter jets.

Carbon fibre is used for the dashboard, floor, headlining, doors, rockers and for the single piece centre console. The top layer of resin has been removed, to leave the carbon non-lacquered for a more natural look, while saving a further 1.5kg. There is no interior sound deadening in order to optimise weight saving even further. Carpet is offered as an option.

The interior also features glass canopy overhead and lightweight racing bucket seats with a weight of just 10.5kg each.

The steering wheel is an exact replica of a McLaren racing driver’s wheel.

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