Our spies have snapped new photos of the McLaren P1 wearing less camouflage.
Previewed in September by a concept, the production version is scheduled for a late 2013 release and will retain “more than 95 percent” of its exterior appearance. The supercar has some big shoes to fill as it is considered a successor to the legendary F1.
There aren't a lot of details about the production model, but we remind you that the concept uses a carbon fiber structure with a carbon fiber roll-bar over the cabin and various other panels made from the same lightweight material. It has a drag coefficient of 0.34 and an adjustable rear wing that can automatically adjust up to 120mm during normal driving or up to 300mm while on a racetrack.
The McLaren P1 is expected to cost approximately 800,000 pounds.