Only the exterior paint of this Supernova Silver McLaren P1 costs you $10,850 (₱ 541,771).
A Supernova Silver McLaren P1 has been sold at $2,399,000 (₱ 119,788,880) by iLusso, a hypercar dealership in Orange County, CA. The model sold by the US dealership is one of the variations of the P1 classic. Aged only two years, this charming hypercar will enormously appeal to car enthusiasts all over the world.
A Supernova Silver McLaren P1 has been sold at $2,399,000 (₱ 119,788,880) by iLusso
The McLaren P1 is the first hypercar hybrid manufactured by MCLaren and it is also a world first. The Supernova Silver, which reinforces the car’s futuristic look, is one of the British carmaker's "elite colors" with a price tag of $10,850 (₱ 541,771).
The McLaren P1 is the first hypercar hybrid manufactured by MCLaren and it is also a world first
The P1 was originally registered in the US in 2015 with the chassis number #291 / 375. Besides, iLusso has also confirmed that this used P1 covers the “modest” mileage ever with less than 1,300 km on the odometer.
Apart from the unique Supernova Silver paint, the McLaren P1 also gets a set of ultra-lightweight forged alloy wheels shod with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires, the extendable rear wing and adjustable under body front flaps together with the characteristic dihedral doors.
Another feature that piques our interest is that the Supernova Silver P1 takes advantage of carbon fiber as the main design material in the cabin. The interior of the car is beautiful in black, with inserts in carbon fiber, matte and leather seats with black Alcantara.
The interior of the car is beautiful in black, with inserts in carbon fiber, matte and leather seats with black Alcantara.
The P1 is powered by a V8 petrol twin turbo engine producing 727 hp and 719 Nm of torque. Furthermore, the car is also equipped with an electric motor with an output of 176 hp and 260 Nm of torque. In total, the McLaren P1 can push out 903 hp and 979 Nm of torque. This power allows the car to sprint from the standstill to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds before hitting the excess of 350 km/h.