McLaren has announced the completion of its 375th (and last ever) example of the McLaren P1, and with it comes the end of production for that model. The Ultimate Series production will still plod on for a while longer, though, with some limited edition McLaren P1 GTRs’ still in the pipeline. This track-only version of the P1 features 986 horsepower and is scheduled to wrap up sometime early next year.
McLaren announced the end of production in a statement today, saying its P1 is the “most technically advanced and dynamically accomplished supercar” to have ever been created. Unlike the GTR variant, the McLaren P1 was designed to be the ultimate driver’s car while on both the track and the road.
The McLaren P1 first debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show as a concept born from the preceding McLaren F1 model. Later on at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, McLaren showed off the production version of its P1 concept. That production version was ultimately restricted to only 375 examples, of which the final one has rolled off the line.
All the production cars were sold before the first delivery was made, with the very first among them being finished in September 2013. All the models were customized according to owner specifications thanks in part the McLaren Special Operations team. As such, none of the 375 examples are the same.