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Three Road Legal McLaren P1 GTR Available For Sale With Low Miles

McLaren’s P1 is not a common sight on the road, and the track special P1 GTR is not supposed to be a vehicle that one sees often.
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However, if you spend a few minutes (okay, hours) of your weekend on websites specialized in car adverts, you might see more McLaren P1 models that one would expect.

Not only that, but those P1 models were for sale, and all three of the ones we found were P1 GTR versions. That is the most expensive kind of P1 you can get without sending a blank check to MSO and asking them to get crazy.

All three McLaren P1 GTR models we found for sale on the German website Mobile had extremely low miles on their odometers. They are also priced at just over 3.8 million euros including VAT, which is a bit more than we could afford this week when concerning the purchase of a hypercar. So, if we cannot buy them in the following days, we thought it might be a good idea to share them with the world.

Two of the P1 GTR models we found for sale were being offered by car dealers in The Netherlands, while a Belgian company sold the third. The first two vehicles were presented in a configuration that is claimed to be road legal, and one of them even mentioned the company that made the changes - Lanzante Motorsport.

The third car, which is in Belgium, is offered as is, or with the possibility of performing a road-legal conversion. We find it surprising that the vehicles claimed to be road legal do not seem to have the rear LED lights of the stock P1.

Neither the blue example from Holland has them, nor does the black one in the photo gallery, which looks like it does not possess crucial elements to allow it to drive on public roads. There’s a small possibility that the pictures of these cars were taken before the conversion was completed, though, which might explain a few details.

 
 
 
 
 

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