New P1 confirmed for 2025. British supercar maker announces successor to its 903bhp hypercar along with hybrid power for all new McLarens within six years as part of £1.2billion plan.
This retro-liveried version of the track-only P1 GTR is a one-off project by McLaren Special Operations to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first of Ayrton Senna’s three Formula 1 titles. Inside and out there are references to the 1988 MP4/4, most obviously the red and white of then-sponsor Marlboro; Senna’s 1988 race number 12 is on the nose.
Successor to McLaren P1 in the works. McLaren boss expects new hybrid hypercar to be introduced in four years’ time.