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A Rare Model Of Road-Legal McLaren P1 GTR Has Been Listed For Sale

A street-legal McLaren P1 GTR is available for sale in Germany.

You probably wouldn't dare let go of such a car if it were yours. But the current owner, for some reason or the other, has opted to list it for sale on German website Luxury and Expensive.

The car is one of just 58 special GTR models that are road legal in countries under the umbrella that is the European Union. McLaren built the supercar variant just for the track but Lanzante Limited, a long-time partner, announced it would be handling road-legal transformations on a case-by-case basis.

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Lanzante has been working with McLaren for several decades and was partly responsible for the F1's 24 Hours of Le Mans triumph in 1995. The car in question is one of 34 allowed on the road and they're all thought to be unique as Lanzante would have made them location-specific due to the varying roadworthy stipulations in different countries.

All of these supercars are strapped with a 986-horsepower hybrid powertrain boasting a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 and an electric motor. Also, the model has a complete carbon-fiber structure, with McLaren removing the rear tail panel in order to reduce weight, while there's a huge front splitter to help improve aerodynamics.

The P1 takes just 2.4 seconds to go from 0-60 mph and has a top speed of 225 mph.

Since 2016, two other models have gone on sale. According to the most recent listing, the price will only be shared upon request.

Given the fact that the standard P1 cost $1.15 million, we can safely assume that this one will cost significantly more as it's very rare and there aren't even 60 other cars like it. A speculative request would have probably been considered to be an insult so (as tempting as it was) we've stayed away.

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