A McLaren P1 was involved in a minor accident in Japan where for some reasons the supercar hit a highway toll booth.

A McLaren P1 was involved in a minor accident in Japan where for some reasons the supercar hit a highway toll booth.

Details about what happened aren't available at this point but we assume the driver pushed the acceleration pedal a bit too much while waiting in line and lost control of the 916 HP supercar which climbed on the concrete lane divider on a highway tool booth in Japan. There weren't any injuries reported and judging by this image the damage is probably minor, with only the front spoiler skirt and the undercarriage needing some repairs.

We remind you McLaren is building only 375 units of their latest flagship supercar and production is expected to come to an end sometime next year. Shortly after the final P1 will exit the assembly line, McLaren will start manufacturing the track-only P1 GTR which will be built in extremely limited numbers available only to owners of the road-legal P1 willing to pay £1.98 million.

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McLaren P1 hits highway toll booth in Japan