Despite Its $1.5 Million Average Price Tag, the McLaren P1 Plug-In Hybrid is Nearly Sold Out

4 years ago by Eric Loveday 3

Going...Going...Gone

Going…Going…Gone

Even though the average McLaren P1 plug-in hybrid is being sold for well over $1 million a pop, eager buyers have snatched up nearly every P1 McLaren will ever make.

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McLaren says that almost all of the 375 examples of the P1 have now been accounted for, moving the P1 into nearly sold out status.

According to the automaker, all of the P1 destined for North America, Asia and the Middle East have been sold off.  Only a few examples bound for Europe remain.

McLaren blames the economic situation in Europe for the lower-than-expected P1 sales there, but the automaker seems confident that it’ll sell off the few examples left.

As for options, McLaren says that nearly 90% of P1 buyers have selected some one-off trimmings, which are handled by McLaren Special Operations.  This optional gear has pushed the average P1 price to more than $1.5 million.

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3 responses to "Despite Its $1.5 Million Average Price Tag, the McLaren P1 Plug-In Hybrid is Nearly Sold Out"

  1. Dan Frederiksen says:

    Probably fortunate they are nearly sold out before Porsche laid down the Nürburg record.
    If McLaren can’t match that time then Porsche will probably steal the thunder.

    It’s about time someone takes the record in an EV. ICE is going down 🙂

  2. James says:

    True, Leno bought one, but wouldn’t it be interesting to know the exact number
    of ridiculously-rich oil sheiks and oil industry barons who purchased one as well?

    Oh, the irony!

  3. Colin says:

    Probably the best looking of the 3 HyperCars coming out and I’d bet there’s nothing in the performance in the real world between them.