This McLaren P1 Sold For $2.39 Million At An Auction

In case the Amelia Island Concours auction escaped your attention this past weekend, just so you know, it was jammed up with some expensive classics and supercars at one spot. This event which saw many buyers become new owners of different cars which surpassed the million-dollar mark.

One of the masterpieces that captured the attention of many was this McLaren P1. When the dust settled, the 900-horsepower hypercar sold for a whopping $2.39 million at the auction. This figure saw it come in fourth place as one of the most of the expensive cars during the auction following closely Mike Tyson’s Ferrari F50 and a Bugatti classic which went up for more than $7 million.

Wearing a custom painting job, the McLaren was new when the first and only owner bought it back in 2015. The color even had to be modified many times to meet the specifications of the anonymous owner.

This McLaren P1 is one of the only two existing P1s which feature specially molded seats inspired by the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona. The P1 is also one of the few vehicles that feature a passenger side vanity mirror.

All proceeds from this sale will go to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Indiana.

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