The first McLaren P1 has finally been delivered to a British customer at McLaren's headquarters in Woking. The hybrid supercar is painted in Volcano Yellow and pumps out a massive 903 Hp thanks to a twin-Turbo V8 engine working along with an electric motor.
For the occasion, McLaren confirmed the performance figures for the British hypercar. Zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) is completed in 2.8 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h in 6.8 seconds and 0 to 300 km/h is completed in 16.5 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 350 Km/h (217 mph). But there's something that the P1 does even faster than accelerating: braking.
The P1 needs just 30 meters (99 feet) to stop from 100 km/h to zero and it'll take her just 2.9 seconds. It'll need 4.5 seconds and 116 meters (380 feet) to stop from 200 km/h. Finally, it'll need 6.2 seconds and 246 meters (806 feet) to stop from 300 km/h to zero. In other words, in 23 seconds you can sprint up to 350 Km/h and be back to zero. Mind blowing.
I am not going to share any fuel consumption numbers, you can find them somewhere else. This is a 900 Hp supercar, it's supposed to be fast as hell and eat dinosaurs for dinner. Now can you give us the Nürburgring lap time please?