McLaren P1 final production 1

When the McLaren P1 was first introduced at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the British carmaker stated that only 375 examples of the hybrid supercar will ever come into existence. Well, you’re looking at the final P1 to ever be produced, as McLaren has reached the end of the supercar’s production, two years after the first car rolled of the assembly line

Every McLaren P1 is custom-built to the specifications laid out by the owner, who works with the team at McLaren Special Operations (MSO). As a result, no two cars that exit the Ultimate Series production line within the McLaren Production Centre (MPC) are alike. The centre takes an average of 17 days to complete each individual bespoke model.

This tailor-made approach is found on P1 chassis number #375 that is finished in a pearlescent orange, achieved through a unique tinting process. According to McLaren, the colour resonates the shade of the 64th and final McLaren F1 (chassis number #75), resulting in the creation of the Volcano Orange paintjob that is offered across the McLaren vehicle line-up today.

McLaren P1 final production 2

Other exterior visual details include the raw carbon-fibre weave clearly visible on the splitter, diffuser and the aerodynamic blades along the lower body. The lightweight wheels meanwhile, are finished in silver. Bespoke touches for the interior include gloss black trim, and the lightweight carbon-fibre racing seats are upholstered in black and orange Alcantara to mirror the exterior.

In contrast, the first P1 to be produced in September 2013, seen here alongside #375, received an Ice Silver paintwork along with extensive levels of visual carbon-fibre. Closer to home, you might recall a white P1 that was sighted sporting gold highlights, which is another creation by MSO.

One thing that remains constant for all P1s is its hybrid powertrain – a 3.8 litre M838T twin-turbo V8 petrol engine developing 737 PS and 720 Nm, paired with a lightweight electric motor that outputs 179 PS and 260 Nm. Combined, the powertrain provides 916 PS and 900 Nm.

So there you have it, McLaren closes another chapter in its illustrious supercar history. Do you think the McLaren P1 is the best hybrid supercar among the so called “Holy Trinity” or are you more inclined towards the LaFerrari and Porsche 918 Spyder?

GALLERY: McLaren P1 displayed in Kuala Lumpur showroom