An all electric McLaren P1 that plays nursery rhymes


For auto enthusiasts and millionaires alike owning a McLaren P1 is what dreams are made of. The hybrid hypercar carries a price tag of $1 million plus and all of its 375 units have already been sold out. The British automaker has announced a new P1, this one is all electric, carries a much lighter price tag and would be only available to those under 6 years. Though officially stated we think that McLaren will be a bit liberal when it comes to the age limit. The first officially licensed product from McLaren the all electric P1 will come with McLaren’s signature dihedral doors and take young enthusiasts from a standstill to top speed in just 2 seconds. A start stop button activates the lights and air conditioning. Should the little one feel bored there is a built in MP3 player pre-loaded with the latest nursery rhymes.

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Unlike its father or the original P1 it has a central seating position like the F1 (junior wont be able to offer rides) and has an open top. The electric P1 will be available at McLaren retailers by the end of October for $485.
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