McLaren announced today that they have finished the production of the P1, which began in the summer of 2013 with the first delivery to be made in September of that year.
The factory produced a car every day, with each one needing an average of 17 days or approximately 800 hours to complete. The most common color of the car was yellow (Volcano Yellow), while the painting procedure for each car, required 5-8 liters of paint and 8-9 liters of varnish.
A total of 375 cars were produced and also 3 pre-production cars, 5 prototypes for testing and 13 prototypes for development work, that traveled a total of 620,000 km, or 15.5 times the cycle of the Earth, with 34% of the distance covered being in America, 26% in Europe, 13% in the Middle East and Africa and the rest 27% in Asia.
The P1 is the strongest car of the British company and it is equipped with a 3.8 liter V8 engine that delivers 737 hp with 770 Nm of torque, with its electric motor delivering 179 hp with 130 Nm of torque, reaching a total of 916 hp with 900 Nm torque. Its weight is 1,450 kilos and it can do the 0-100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds, while its top speed reaches 350 km/hour.