With a price tag of $1.1 million, this is McLaren's successor to the famed F1 of the 1990s. A hybrid drive system combined with a twin-turbo V8 gives the P1 a total maximum power output of 903 horsepower. With all that power and a light weight carbon fiber body, the P1 can get to 62 miles per hour in just 3 seconds and 124 in just four seconds more.
When a high performance luxury car isn't enough, buyers turn to tuner companies like Ruf, Hamman, and Gemballa to boost horsepower and change the car's appearance.
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