The P1 is a superhero among supercars: supermodel shapely, heroically powerful, stratospherically expensive, and—here's the one drawback—unavailable.

That's because all 375 examples of the million-dollar plus, 903-hp gas/electric hybrid land rocket have been sold. McLaren P1

Debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show,[5] sales of the P1 began in the United Kingdom in October 2013 and all 375 units were sold out by November. McLaren P1

Production ended in early December 2015.[8] The United States accounted for 34% of the units and Europe for 26%. McLaren P1

It is considered by the automotive press to be the successor to the McLaren p1, utilising hybrid power and Formula One technology

It was later confirmed that the Speedtail served as the actual successor to the McLaren F1. McLaren P1

The P1 has a mid-engine, rear wheel drive design that used a carbon fibre monocoque and roof structure safety cage concept called MonoCage, which is a development of the MonoCell .

McLaren P1 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. McLaren P1

58 units of the track-oriented P1 GTR[11] and 5 units of its road legal counterpart, the P1 LM were produced after the initial run of 375 cars.

13 experimental Prototype 'XP', 5 Validation Prototypes 'VP'[12] and 3 Pre-Production 'PP' cars were produced by McLaren before the production of the P1 started  McLaren P1

The P1 features a 3.8 L; 231.8 cu in (3,799 cc) twin-turbocharged V8 engine.[15] The twin turbos boost the petrol engine at 1.4 bar (20.3 psi) to deliver 737 PS (542 kW; 727 hp) at 7,500 rpm

and 531 lb⋅ft (720 N⋅m) of torque at 4,000 rpm, combined with an in-house-developed electric motor producing 179 PS (132 kW; 177 hp) and 192 lb⋅ft (260 N⋅m) of torque .McLaren P1

The electric motor and the petrol engine in the P1, produce a combined power output of 674 kW (903 hp; 916 PS) and 900 N⋅m (664 lb⋅ft) of torque.  McLaren P1