The end of the McLaren P1’s production run was officially announced by the company. The 375th car recently left the production line bringing an end to a two and a half year production run.
The very first McLaren P1 left the production line during the summer of 2013 with a sold out production run planned. The first car was Ice Silver and built to the owners exacting specifications. Every car that following it was bespoke, featuring unique individual touches to insure that no two cars were the same.
The final car is finished in pearlescent orange with the only visible raw carbon fibre on the splitter, diffuser and the aerodynamic blades along the lower body. The wheels are finished in silver. Inside, the bespoke touches are crystal clear.
Prior to completion of the production run, McLaren had been managing one car per day, with some individual projects taking up to 17 days to complete. The final McLaren P1 GTR’s are yet to leave the production line, however, this is expected to happen early in 2016. In the end 34 percent of cars went to the Americas, 26 percent to Europe, 13 percent to the Middle East and Africa and 27 percent to Asia Pacific.