McLaren specialists Lanzante might be building 3 special-edition P1 Longtail GTs as a reversion to a contingent of F1 GT homologation cars McLaren itself built behind in 1997, reports Road Track.
The British tuning association teased dual images of a arriving automobile – a blueprint of a long-tailed car’s conformation and a look during a nose of a automobile embellished Silverstone Green like a F1 GT antecedent – forward of a exhibit during a Goodwood Festival of Speed on Jul 13, yet differently sum are scarce.
It’s a satisfactory assumption, though, that a car, consecrated by a patron in a Middle East, will enhance on a P1 LM that a association betrothed final year it’d build 6 of.
Those cars were formed on a 986-horsepower McLaren P1 GTR yet significantly lightened around cheats like cosmetic windows and upgraded exhausts; they boasted 40-percent some-more downforce, a quell weight some 60 kg lower, and pennyless annals during a Nurburgring and during a Goodwood mountain climb.
Despite that impossible-to-top performance, a P1 LM was somehow street-legal.
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What we do know about a likely-even-more-mind-boggling P1 Longtail GT is that it sports a bound wing, a roof scoop, and bodywork fluctuating off a behind of a automobile for some-more downforce.
While it’s usually announced a one automobile so far, RT says a gossip is Lanzante could be assured to build dual some-more to compare a three-unit prolongation run of a 1997 McLaren F1 GT.