McLaren P1 Night Glow by German Special Customs Imagined

McLaren P1 Night Glow

With just 375 examples of the brand new McLaren P1 pinned for production, you can be almost assured that no owners will head to aftermarket tuners to have their P1s ‘upgraded’. Nevertheless, the team at German Special Customs (GSC) has decided to envisage how it would customise a McLaren P1 if ever given the chance.

Dubbed the McLaren P1 Night Glow by German Special Customs, the car has clearly been rendered widely and featuring a host of exterior changes. Additionally, GSC would love to further enhance the 900 hp+ hybrid engine of the McLaren P1.
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From a visual standpoint, the McLaren P1 Night Glow by German Special Customs has been rendered with a massive carbon fiber front splitter with bright orange pinstripping matching the florescent orange paint scheme of the entire car. Additionally, new carbon fiber canards have been installed as have new LED daytime running lights, a new hood with exposed carbon fiber and a small carbon fiber roof scoop.

Additionally, the car has been imagined with new carbon fiber side skirts. The visual changes then continue at the rear with a brand new rear diffuser imagined. Additionally, the McLaren P1 Night Glow by GSC features a new dual exhaust system and a massive rear wing.

McLaren P1 Night Glow

In GSC’s wildest dreams, it would hope to fit the two new round 100mm end-pipes you see above as well as a host of other performance modifications to lift power to above 1,000 hp.

However, as standard, a number of tech features make the McLaren P1 a very fast car. Cutting straight to the figures, the McLaren P1 will travel from zero to 100 km/h in less than 3 seconds, zero to 200 km/h in under 7 seconds, and zero to 300 km/h in no more than 17 seconds. This is thanks, in part to the Instant Power Assist System (IPAS) which is essentially KERS, for road cars. Putting the 300 km/h statistic into perspective, this is 11 seconds faster than the legendary McLaren F1 road car. Top speed is electronically limited to 350 km/h.

Published: January 11, 2014 3:11 pm

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