|McLaren P1 GTR '16|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo Sport (Update)|
|Max Power||986 BHP|
|Weight||1,345 kilograms (2,970 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||1.36 kg (3.0 lb) per horsepower|
The P1 GTR is a circuit-only race car based on the 'P1' Hybrid Supercar announced in 2013. It was revealed in 2014 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the F1 GTR, a car that saw great racing success in the 1990s.
Its basic structure utilises the carbon monocoque and styling based on the P1, but the aerodynamics have been greatly improved, with a larger front splitter and side skirts combined with a massive rear wing. The chassis is also specifically set up for track use.
The combination of the midship mounted, twin turbocharged 3.8L V8 and electric motors produced a total of 903 BHP with 726 BHP + 176 BHP respectively in the P1, but in the GTR the total output was increased to 986 BHP.
It was announced that the prerequisite for the purchase of the P1 GTR was the ownership of the P1 roadcar, and the production run was said to be 30-35 cars. The owner who purchased the car could participate in a circuit driving program hosted by McLaren, and its 1.9 million GBP price tag included maintenance and logistics for this program.
This car can be purchased in the McLaren section of Brand Central for 3,600,000 Credits.
- This car, the Ferrari 512BB '76, the Renault Sport Mégane R.S. Trophy Safety Car and the Toyota Crown Athlete G Safety Car are the only non-Gr.4/Gr.3 cars that can have the light covers changed. In case of the P1 GTR, the effects are the same as in with Gr.4 and Gr.3 cars.