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McLaren P1 – eine Sammlung

Erinnerungen

Wir hatten einst das Vergnügen mit dem McLaren P1, das können Sie hier nachlesen, es ist eine sehr schöne Geschichte, in der es auch um Haggis und schottischen Regen geht. Und weil er unter den ersten drei Hybrid-Supersportwagen nicht nur der erste war, sondern auch der seltenste (und der schnellste), erweisen wir dem P1 gerne die Ehre. Zumal er ja auch in mehr als einer Farbe erhältlich war. Und insgesamt deutlich begehrenswerter als der Porsche 918 und die LaFerrari.

Chassis-Nummer: SBM12ABB3EW000024 (2014)

Auktion: RM Sotheby’s, Monterey 2018, verkauft für 1’820’000 Dollar, angeboten mit folgendem Text: «Already one of the most eye-catching automobiles built thus far into the 21st century, this McLaren P1 brings its visual panache to a whole new level by employing MSO’s Liquid Silver paintwork. As confirmed by McLaren, only two P1s would be finished as such, and both cars were built for @mwvmnw; one in European specification and the example offered here, built to U.S. specification. Truly brilliant in the flesh, MSO’s Liquid Silver is normally reserved for Formula 1 cars and was utilized by McLaren for the Formula 1 car driven by Lewis Hamilton in his championship winning season. The car also boasts factory wheels with a ball-polished finish, unique to this car, along with contrasting McLaren Red brake calipers and detailing along the front and rear splitters. Inside, the interior is trimmed with grey Alcantara, and the racing seats boast seat belts for both road and track use. In his ownership, the car has been driven just 2,200 miles from new and remains in brilliant condition both inside and out, having been fully serviced and maintained by McLaren its whole life».

Chassis-Nummer: SBM12ABA8FW000108 (2015)

Auktion: RM Sotheby’s, «Dare to Dream», Schätzpreis 1’750’000 bis 2’250’000 Dollar. 1913 Meilen.

Chassis-Nummer: SBM12ABB4FW000177 (2014)

Steht bei RM Sotheby’s, Private Sales, zum Verkauf (Februar 2024), angeboten mit folgendem Text: «Ordered new directly from McLaren London in October of 2014, this P1s first and only owner selected over over £73,000 in optional extras, including the MSO Pacific Blue paintwork at a cost of £33,548. A tremendous amount of thought went into the remaining options including the MSO Heritage Badge (done in the style of the nose badge utilized on the McLaren F1 and only available to P1 buyers selecting a significant number of MSO options), purple contrast stitiching on the headrest, steering wheel, floor matt stitching, and headrests, all done to match the paintwork. Furthermore, Pacific Blue was bought into the car’s interior through body coloured seat backs and vent bezels. Rather than the standard gloss carbon fiber, satin finish carbon fibre was utilized for all exterior carbon and the instrument cluster bezel, as to not distract from the paint. Finally, the P1 logo visible in the engine bay was also painted Pacific Blue. Since taking delivery, the car has only accrewed 3,000 miles from new, but it has been regularly serviced by McLaren Ascott throughout its life, with annual services carried out by them in 2017, January and December of 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022, and most recently in March of 2023 at 2,883 miles. This most recent service also included replacing all four tyres».

Chassis-Nummer: SBM12ABA5FW000292 (2015)

Auktion: RM Sotheby’s, Monterey 2015, verkauft für 1’980’000 Dollar, angeboten mit folgendem Text: «Fully specified and designed in cooperation with McLaren’s Special Operations department, this P1 was purchased new by its first and only owner, Don Wallace, whose esteemed collection of high-performance supercars it is being offered from today. Wallace is considered to have the finest collection of the rarest and fastest cars in the world, and he is no stranger to high-horsepower exotica. As the owner of two such P1s, he recently commented that “for all of the cars I have raced over the years and the supercars that I have had the pleasure of owning, this P1 is by far the fastest street-legal machine I have ever driven. It is terrifyingly quick and performance is absolutely incredible. Many thanks go to McLaren and the extra efforts they made on my behalf.” This P1 is finished in the highly desirable and stunning shade of Volcano Red, a very eye-catching metallic and a $10,850 option, with black “stealth” finished wheels. The Volcano Red finish is also featured on certain elements on the car’s interior, including the switches, vent bezels, door inserts, and contrasting red seat stitching. It has only been driven a handful of times, and at the time of cataloguing, it displayed just 248 miles and remains in as-new condition».

Die P1 GTR:

Chassis-Nummer: SBM12ABB9FW100033 (2016)
Motoren-Nummer: 38JBAD120045

Auktion: RM Sotheby’s, Villa Erba 2017, Schätzpreis 3’200’000 bis 3’600’000 Euro, nicht verkauft, angeboten mit folgendem Text: «Upon build completion at McLaren, the car was delivered directly to Lanzante Motorsport in Hampshire, United Kingdom, a company that earned its place in motorsport folklore for its participation in McLaren’s aforementioned win at Le Mans, to be converted to UK road-legal specifications, at a cost of £240,000. With McLaren’s blessing, Lanzante’s conversion of GTRs to road-legal specification unlocks even more of the car’s potential, offering a true ‘race car for the road’ experience, with even more performance than the already potent P1. At the time of cataloguing, only 25 of the P1 GTRs built have been converted by Lanzante for road use, with a further two cars currently undergoing the conversion, making these cars far more desirable and more rare than the standard 375 P1s produced. With just one private owner from new, this particular P1 GTR is offered today having travelled just 360 kilometres. The car has only participated in one track event, at Circuit Paul Ricard, and has minimal road use otherwise. The car’s triple black colour scheme only accentuates its menacing stance».

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