The McLaren P1 will be on the streets soon, though with only 375 available (and almost all of them sold out), odds of seeing one are pretty slim. Especially if you live in the American Southwest, where people are few and far between to begin with—let alone those with enough money to drop a million dollars on a McLaren supercar.
So odds are good that you'll never see another nice set of pictures like these of the McLaren P1 in the John Ford-esque deserts of Arizona, Nevada and California. Be glad McLaren not only does hot-weather testing on their 900 horsepower supercars, but that they also brought along a camera man.
Unless you live in Europe, in which case, you're in luck.
So you finally did it. You sold your old house and moved into a smaller one, cashed in your 401(k), sold your soul for a high-paying thankless Wall Street job, and killed a few homeless people and sold their organs to the Chinese mob, all so you could pull together the $1.3 million or so you needed to buy a McLaren P1. And then...you find out it's sold out.
50 years of their best and fastest, all in one place.
McLaren's celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, and to celebrate half a century of racing heritage and extremely fast road cars, they're taking to Great Britain's annual, hilariously-named celebration of high-speed motoring: the Goodwood Festival of Speed.