The 375th and final McLaren P1 has rolled off the production at Woking.
The last and final P1 was finished off in pearlescent orange, reminiscent of the color of the final McLaren F1. The switchgear, instrument bezels, and air conditioning vents were finished off in gloss black. Upholstered in black and orange Alcantara, the contrasting details are carried across to the stitching on the steering wheel.
The P1 was first seen as a design study at the 2012 Paris motor show and the first car, finished with Ice Silver paintwork, rolled off the production line during the 50th anniversary celebrations of McLaren in September 2013.
The McLaren P1 is powered by a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 combined with a lightweight electric motor. Together the hybrid powertrain makes 903bhp and 978Nm of torque. the sprint to 100km/h takes just 2.8 seconds, 200km/h is achieved in 6.8 seconds while 300km/h is reached in just 16.5 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 350km/h.