The P1 GTR is a track-targeted McLaren supercar, the concept of which was originally released to the public earlier this year. The car was claimed to have a plain ridiculous horsepower of 986, making it among the most powerful cars in the world. Now however, McLaren has released interesting images of the vehicle's interior and steering wheel.
This McLaren supercar's interior is significantly stripped down of everything except the essentials, a move that helps keeps the car's weight down. The interior is set in a 90-kg carbon fiber MonoCage chassis identical to the one used in the road version of the car.
The steering wheel is based on the 2008 Formula One championship-winning MP4-23 car's wheel, and is designed to make the controls as accessible and user-friendly as possible.
This McLaren Supercar Has An F1-Inspired Steering Wheel
1. Track-targeted Supercars - Businesses can invest in creating stripped down supercars that focus on providing high speed and specialized on-track performance.
2. F1-inspired Technology - Companies in the automobile and motorsports industries can innovate and offer F1-inspired technologies in their street legal cars to provide a unique driving experience.
3. Lightweight Design - Automobile manufacturers can focus on creating stripped-down cars that use lightweight materials to improve speed and fuel efficiency.
1. Automobile Manufacturing - Car manufacturers can take inspiration from supercar design elements in their own models, offering features like stripped-down interiors and lightweight, high-performance materials.
2. Motorsports - Motorsports teams and manufacturers can design and test cutting-edge technologies and material designs, like the F1-inspired steering wheel in this McLaren.
3. Luxury Automotive - Companies that specialize in designing and producing high-end cars can take inspiration from track-targeted supercars to offer unique, high-performance features in their luxury models.