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McLaren P1 specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1490-1547 kg (3285-3411 lbs)
Introduced 2013
Origin country United Kingdom
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Performance

0 - 50 kph1.2 s
0 - 80 kph2.1 s
0 - 100 kph2.8 s
Est. 0 - 120 kph3.5 s
Est. 0 - 130 kph4.0 s
Est. 0 - 140 kph4.3 s
Est. 0 - 150 kph4.7 s
Est. 0 - 160 kph5.1 s
Est. 0 - 170 kph5.5 s
Est. 0 - 180 kph6.0 s
Est. 0 - 190 kph6.5 s
0 - 200 kph6.8 s
Est. 0 - 210 kph7.6 s
Est. 0 - 220 kph8.3 s
Est. 0 - 230 kph9.0 s
Est. 0 - 240 kph9.8 s
Est. 0 - 250 kph10.7 s
Est. 0 - 260 kph11.6 s
Est. 0 - 270 kph12.6 s
Est. 0 - 280 kph13.9 s
Est. 0 - 290 kph16.1 s
0 - 300 kph16.5 s
Est. 100 m4.7 s @ 151.0 kph
Est. 1000 m18.0 s @ 301.0 kph
Est. 100 - 140 kph1.6 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph4.1 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph10.3 s
0 - 30 mph1.8 s
0 - 40 mph1.7 s
0 - 60 mph2.6 s
0 - 70 mph3.0 s
0 - 80 mph3.5 s
0 - 90 mph4.1 s
0 - 100 mph4.7 s
0 - 110 mph5.5 s
0 - 120 mph6.3 s
0 - 130 mph7.4 s
0 - 140 mph8.5 s
0 - 150 mph9.9 s
0 - 160 mph11.6 s
Est. 0 - 170 mph13.1 s
0 - 180 mph15.7 s
0 - 200 mph23.2 s
Est. 1/8 mile6.7 s @ 122.4 mph
1/4 mile9.8 s @ 152.2 mph
Est. 1/2 mile15.5 s @ 166.5 mph
1 mile25.4 s @ 205.7 mph
Top speed350 kph (217 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 08.5 s @ 600 ft
Est. max acceleration1.05 g (10 m/s²)
McLaren P1 acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type Twin Turbo V8, DOHC, dual VVT 32v + Electric motor (176 hp/260 Nm)
Displacement 3.8 l (232 ci)
Power 916 ps (903 bhp / 674 kw) @ 7500 rpm
Torque 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) @ 4000 rpm
Power / liter 241 ps (238 hp)
Power / weight 603 ps (595 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 592 Nm (437 lb-ft) / t
Transmission Paddle Operated 7 speed Automatic
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

More 0-60 and 1/4 mile times

Braking distance

Est. 60 kph - 013 m (42 ft)
Est. 100 kph - 030 m (99 ft)
Est. 120 kph - 041 m (135 ft)
Est. 130 kph - 047 m (155 ft)
Est. 140 kph - 054 m (177 ft)
Est. 160 kph - 069 m (227 ft)
Est. 180 kph - 086 m (282 ft)
Est. 190 kph - 093 m (306 ft)
Est. 200 kph - 0102 m (336 ft)
Est. 300 kph - 0217 m (711 ft)
30 mph - 08 m (26 ft)
50 mph - 021 m (69 ft)
Est. 60 mph - 028 m (92 ft)
70 mph - 041 m (134 ft)
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ChironSS  2d ago

McLaren should purchase farmland near Woking. They need it because amongst their production cars they've produced more GOATS than some manufacturers have hypercars in their histories!

LMFAO!

 

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Corvolet3  2d ago

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Lambolover  2d ago

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ChironSS  1m ago

https://vimeo.com/159152599

Above is a link for a 1 standing mile World Record the Mclaren P1 got at Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds in 2016 at just under 206MPH. The difference between the Mclaren 720S also tested there is clear to see.

It's not on Youtube and as usual came across it without even knowing about it.

The current record at JBPG is 244MPH for the SSC Tuatara for reference.

Extra power and torque even if they gear/boost reduced it, is very telling.


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ChironSS  2m ago

But before I do leave this FOREVER, the Mclaren Artura and Ferrari 296GTB and Maserati MC20 are almost here, check these two below.

By the SAME people in the SAME place with the SAME timing equipment stated to be Raceligic Vbox.

Firstly 0-300km/h>

https://ibb.co/pPZ4XPc

Mclaren P1= 20.11 seconds 0-186MPH

Secondly 1/2 mile race>

https://ibb.co/JtZcJ92

Mclaren P1= 16.20 seconds 0-174.83MPH

= 20.11-16.20= 3.91 seconds to do>

186MPH- 174.83MPH= 11.17MPH

No I don't think so it's circa 2.2 seconds.

16.20+2.2= 18.20 seconds.

Yet they took TWO seconds longer to get to 300km/h or 186MPH?

Anyway (unfortunately) they've been TRASHED by Ferrari SF90 anyway. LOL! Hahaha!

I'm beginning to prefer Supercars to be honest in the sense that usually they don't come with wild acceleration claims.

This is what I mean when I say "first run numbers". Something new always comes along.

Massivley rate the Holy Trinity. Particularly Porsche for putting it's money where it's mouth is and proving it's claims independently.


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ChironSS  2m ago

https://ibb.co/pdFcgB1

Autocar Test

0-180MPH= 18.0 seconds
0-190MPH= 21.4 seconds

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18.0 seconds plus 21.4 seconds average= 19.7 seconds to 185/186MPH or 300km/h.

Even if you MINUS 1 extra second QUICKER that Americans got to 160MPH it's STILL 18.7 seconds?

I'm so sorry England but the Mclaren P1 ISN'T reaching 16.5 seconds 0-300km/h as advertised or claimed.

Sobs


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ChironSS  2m ago

Below video GPS verified 214.147MPH. It's definitely speed limited as it reaches it's peak velocity of 217/218MPH I'm sure intervention starts early slowing it down. I'm determined to beat this speed! LOL!


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ChironSS  2m ago

Found an ABSOLUTE TONNE of verified timings. MPH and km/h. I'll present them after I've analysed them. 0-200MPH included! Oo


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ChironSS  2m ago

So Silverstone National Circuit SEXY METRICS TRIBE! Unfortunately not the full Formula One Circuit.

Anyway without a further ado>

McLaren P1> 58.24 seconds
Porsche 918> 58.47 seconds
Ferrari LAF> 58.55 seconds

OoO

McLaren brings home the VICTORY for England. For the Queen and as it's Sunday the Church of England.

Haha!


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ChironSS  2m ago

 


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ChironSS  2m ago

So this track racing. Let's start of right at the beginning? This video shows fellow countrymen and English collecting some of his HOLY TRINITY (HT) production car whilst driving others to COLLECT one! LOL! He was the FIRST to OWN ALL THREE, that's right all of them and I was jealous AF!

As you'll find out over the next few days this enabled quite a few independently operated tests to occur!

Anyway NO favoritism or nationalism will get in the way of the results. (But watching Porsche get SPANKED by Mclaren never gets old! IF it happens!)



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HighGear  2y ago

"P1 00V"


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Freakz  3y ago

P1 vs 720S Drag Race:

 


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SRT  4y ago

Mclaren P1 0-330 kmh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTljDrejK80



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sroser  5y ago

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lafars  6y ago

@i love cars

do you have any refrences for the zonda revolucione? at what speed was the downforce measured? we cannot compare the numbers unless they are measured at the same speed


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fakekillerfour  6y ago

Huracan LP610-4 can win against the 650S Coupe in a standing start drag race.

Huracan LP610-4 beats the 650S Coupe in the comparison here:
https://fastestlaps.com/comparisons/7v59cpprko2e


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tharne  6y ago

But fastestlaps you are not being fair!!!! how can you compare twin turbo plus electric motor p1 against the N/A Huracan.....How can you compare the 1m plus dollars vs half a million car....How do you compare an orange car vs a white car..... So unfair.... is like comparing apples and oranges....... :P


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FastestLaps  6y ago

Huracan doing very well up until 150 kph, when the P1 just takes off :D


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BR2+  6y ago

I love that McLaren pays homage to the late and great F1 LeMans, With the same applications but of todays world, Its great to see companys do that, N quite rare too. Id love for Bmw to make a new CSL, And Mercedes make a new Evo II.


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I love cars  6y ago

The P1 LM is 60 kg lighter than the P1 GTR, which in turn was around 50 kg lighter than the P1. Overall, this put the P1 LM at being around 110 kg lighter than the standard P1. This means that:

  • P1 kerb weight = 1547 kg.
  • P1 LM kerb weight: around 1437 kg.

Assuming more or less a 100 kg difference between ker weight and dry weight, the P1 LM should come out at around 1337 kg of dry weight.

In regard of downforce, P1 generates 600 kg at around 257 km/h; the P1 GTR increased said downforce value by a 10% mark, thus making 660 kg (pretty shitty level for a supposed track car if you ask me, since it's not even half of the maximum downforce that the Zonda Revolucion is capable to reach).
The P1 LM has 40% more downforce than the P1 GTR, which means that the LM should put out around 924 kg at the same speed.


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saxy  6y ago

The Mclaren P1 LM, still 1000ps, but 40% more downforce than the GTR. Lighter than the P1.

It was always a debate about whether the P1 would be faster on the track than the 5 one:1s. Well I think without doubt, this one would be :)


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saxy  6y ago

So there's a P1 GTR that's now road legal... It'll be a destroyer of worlds compared to other road legal cars on the track... but then it'll definitely not be as fast as the original P1 GTR.


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saxy  6y ago

Another P1 has bite the dust. crashed in china, no insurance =/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHIza81p2mo


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Thiago_Lins  6y ago

HOT LAP

 


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fakekillerfour  6y ago

Bugatti Veyron Vs McLaren P1

 


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FastestLaps  6y ago

all should together make a shared base handling model for their games

That is impossible, because each physics engine needs its own kind of physics models. General facts that define physics models (wheelbase, ride height etc) are universal and interchangable, but different games need different tweaks and arbitrary parametrs to make those models "feel" as close to the real thing as possible.

If these was a universal physics engine where you would just need to put in a bunch of real life measurements about any car and it would materialize as a realistic handling model for that car, then racing game physics would be, basically, solved and all that was left was to create better graphics, and all the games would essentially use the same physics.

This is not the case, unfortunately. Phyisics engines in racing games are ugly, un-symetrical, propraetary contraptions that don't work equally well accross all spectrum of car sizes/weights etc. Thats why a super light-weight racing cart will, for example, flip over in turns or accelerate too slowly in a physics engine meant for touring cars. Or a massive 6 tonne racing truck will occasionally glitch through the asphalt or spin violently after impact.

That is why rally games have rally physics engines which are not the same as used in Formula 1 games, for example.

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