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2016 McLaren P1 GTR

Posted by WindingRoad about 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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Interesting 2016 McLaren P1 GTR

  • 986 horsepower, 1,045 horsepower w/system boost
  • 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine w/hybrid system
  • Only 283 miles since new (456 kilometers)
  • Limited edition and track-focused – only 53 examples ever produced by McLaren
  • Capable of being made road-legal
  • Integrated Formula 1 technology for faster lap times
  • 7-speed dual clutch transmission

With over 900 horsepower, the McLaren P1 street car was no slouch and no one said that the car needed more power or performance. But sometimes it's that cumulative silence that drives innovation and creates the need to be one step ahead of people's expectations. McLaren took ahold of those reigns and then some with this: the 2016 McLaren P1 GTR. The most hardcore, race-oriented and limited-edition McLaren P1 ever created.

The McLaren P1 GTR was originally released as a special track-only version of McLaren's P1 street car, available and offered to only to McLaren P1 owners once the last of the 375 street P1s were completed. However, due to the similarities to the road car, there have been a number of cars made to allow the P1 GTR to become road-legal. The GTR was given revised engine mapping for a power boost, a fixed and larger hydraulically-actuated wing that was capable of immense downforce, special aerodynamic improvements including a larger front splitter and carbon fiber underside which is good for 10% more downforce. Together these touches produce a whole new package, creating this ultimate hardcore P1. A wider track of 3.2 inches vs. the normal P1 ensures space for wider front and rear tires for ample grip. 110 pounds are stripped from the already-lightweight body by removing various components including sound deadening materials and replacing the car's glass with polycarbonate. The results are a staggering set of numbers: A combined output of 986 horsepower, 0-60 miles per hour in just 2.4 seconds and will reach a top speed of 225 miles an hour, all while being able to brake from 60 miles an hour to 0 in 85 feet while cornering at 1.54Gs.

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