Aimed directly at the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder, the McLaren P1 was ludicrously quick both in a straight line and around a track. But if you didn't need one as a road car, McLaren built an extremely limited run of track-only P1 GTRs. Of the 45 that were built, an even smaller number of those were brought to Lazante Motorsports and converted to be street-legal. And one of these incredibly rare street-legal P1 GTRs has just popped up for sale.
for the low price of $4.36 million (€3,993,000), this P1 appears to actually be located in the Netherlands. Beyond that, though, not much information is available in the ad. We're also not exactly sure what makes it worth almost $1 million more than the last street-legal P1 GTR we saw for sale.
We also don't know how exactly how many street-legal P1 GTRs exist. McLaren originally built the P1 GTR as a track car. Customers could then have Lanzante Motorsport modify them for street use, but there's no telling how many went through with it. This car could be one of five, or it could be one of 10. That's going to impact long-term value.
There's also no telling how difficult it will be to register a P1 GTR in the States, and even if you do, we can't imagine it will be particularly comfortable. On the other hand, it's a bad-ass, street-legal race car with 986 horsepower and a ginormous wing. If you can afford it, why wouldn't you buy it?