McLaren P1 EV to join Ultimate Series and sit below the standard P1 with a sub-£1million price
McLaren is preparing a cut-price all-electric hypercar to sit below the P1 in its limited-run Ultimate Series range. It will be a track-focused road car, and could go on sale before the end of the decade.
Previous reports had suggested the EV would be the P1’s successor and would make use of the electric drivetrain currently under development. But it has since come to light that a cheaper model could launch with a sub-£1million price tag.
The new McLaren will boast faster acceleration than the Super Series 675LT, despite emitting no CO2. It could even be the first road-ready electric production car to break the magic 200mph barrier.