It was only yesterday when we shared a photo of what seemed to be a road-legal McLaren P1 GTR and now another one has emerged.

While the car spotted in Monaco was wearing a Vulcano Orange paint, this one adopts a more sinister all-black look for the body and with matching wheels. Wearing U.K. plates, the left-hand-drive example sounds demonic (see the link below) and from what we are seeing, it looks pretty much the same as the original track version.

According to Instagram user "supremeliit", out of the 45 P1 GTRs, only 10 of them are being converted for the road by Hampshire-based motorsport specialist Lanzante. The transformation allegedly costs $400,000 and only three will have U.S. VIN numbers. Besides the one seen in Monaco, another car is in Japan and apparently there’s one in Dubai as well. The remaining four cars (including this one) are for Europe.

Technical specifications regarding the back-to-the-road P1 GTR are not available at this point, but the original version has a combined output of more than 1,000 horsepower (735 kilowatts). The track-only car is 110 pounds (50 kilograms) lighter than the regular P1 and is also 80-mm wider. Most likely the converted car is a tad heavier than the track version and it might not be as powerful, but what’s a few missing ponies on a 1,000-hp car?

Check out the second source link below for a short clip with the beast.

Source: jdmayfair (1), jdmayfair (2)

Gallery: Road-legal McLaren P1 GTR

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