McLaren is taking a short break from the announcements regarding the production P1 hypercar with the publication of a fresh photo gallery of the design study that was displayed for the first time at last year's Paris auto show.
Following the Middle East debut of the concept in Bahrain in January, and just before its arrival in the United Arab Emirates this week, McLaren hired professional photographer George Williams for an exclusive shoot of the P1 at the Bahrain International Circuit.
McLaren Automotive Regional Director for the Middle East & Africa, Mark Harrison, commented:
“After a successful launch in Bahrain, we are very excited to be bringing the McLaren P1 to the United Arab Emirates, where our retail partner, Al Habtoor Motors, has confirmed huge interest in this unique car. This year marks our 50th year anniversary, so it is apt that we are gearing up to launch a car that we feel will redefine the parameters for performance, on both circuit and road. This is why we have released these unique and stunning images, taken at the BIC, a location absolutely fitting for this supercar. ”
We still have about three weeks of waiting time for the world premiere of the production model at the Geneva International Auto Show in early March, but we can tell you that the differences over the concept will be limited to some new details such as the vents on the front bumper, and the tighter mesh grille at the rear end of the car.