McLaren P1 Supercar at 2013 Geneva Motor Show
McLaren P1 Supercar at 2013 Geneva Motor Show. For starters, the new P1 closely resembles original P1 concept revealed at the end of last year.
McLaren has announced that their new P1 supercar is production ready and will be on display at 83rd International Motor Show in Geneva in March 2013. The vehicle has been viewed a number of times while undergoing test and despite its camouflage, a number of features were evident. For starters, the new P1 closely resembles original P1 concept revealed at the end of last year.
British automakers have incorporated two significant aspects in the upcoming P1. For starters the vehicle will have a motor inspired digital dash while it will be catering specially to track enthusiasts thanks to its new offering in a ‘Race’ mode. On selection of Race mode, adjustable rear wings will extend while they will be altered to optimal aerodynamic position.
Interiors will sport a main screen on the speedometer which will alternate between red, green and blue lights indicating changes in speed as is seen in steering wheels of F1 cars. More details will be revealed once the P1 is on display at the Motor Show in Geneva. Though the vehicle has not been showcased to the public, P1 has already been sold out as McLaren have stated that they have put all further orders on hold.