McLaren P1 Limited Edition "XP2R" caught testing at the 'Ring

was revealed to the public earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show. Limited to just 375 units, the electric-petrol 903bhp supercar is priced from £866,000 and production is limited to just 375 units. First deliveries are scheduled for 22 August.

Looks like McLaren will do the same with their P1 as Bugatti has being doing with the Veyron, which has so many limited models we have stopped counting.

McLaren’s test team and their chief test driver Chris Goodwin are testing a limited edition McLaren P1 with the internal code “XP2R” at the Nürburgring and here we have the very first pictures.

The prototype was caught on the Nürburgring and at the petrol station near the track, where it revealed a sticker saying “XP2R prototype vehicle”.

The internal code name XP2R doesn’t reveal the name of the limited edition model or updates we can expect. However we do expect this limited edition model to get an increase in power to around 1000bhp along with some new limited/exclusive options.


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