Now this, this is bedroom poster material. McLaren has just unveiled the P1 GTR, their most extreme interpretation of what the ultimate McLaren should be. The car is the first time McLaren has used the GTR designation since the 1995 when the McLaren F1 GTR won the 24 hours of Le Mans.
Available only to McLaren P1 owners, the GTR will begin production once the 375th and final P1 is built which is expected to happen in 2015. The engine will put out 986 horsepower and features an F1-derived rear wing and rear mirrors that have been moved to the A pillar to help reduce drag and get it closer to the driver's eye line. The monster pipes in the back are made of titanium and the car sits at a fixed ride height on a race-prepped suspension with Pirelli PZERO racing tires and alloy wheels. McLaren's Special Operations team will maintain the vehicles and customers will be able to take part in worldwide driving events on some of racing's most famous courses.