McLaren P1 proves yellow doesn't have to be mellow
Feast your eyes on the P1 – McLaren's new flagship supercar that's ready to storm the United States, as well as the rest of the world. Under its hood is a twin-power hybrid powerplant, which uses both a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 and an electric motor to crank out a total of 903(!) horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque. What does that mean? Hitting 62 miles per hour will take "less than three seconds" and shooting up to 124 mph will take "under seven seconds." The most impressive thing, however, is that hitting 186 mph will take "no more than 17 seconds," which shaves 11 seconds off the time originally set by the famed McLaren F1. In other words, this thing is hella quick.
Now's your chance to have a look at the production P1 in our brand-spanking-new high-res image gallery. And if you like what you see, just remember, salvation is only $1.15 million away.
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