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In this World Wide WEB exclusive Henry Catchpole drives a cars and truck that Peter PARKER would undoubtedly be a fan of – the McLaren P1 Spider, developed by Lanzante. Ideally that's got the puns out of the method along with the obligatory Spider-Man recommendation to help nudge along the SEO.
For now this is the only P1 Spider around. Ultimately there will be five consumer cars and trucks in addition to this model, which is going through final development, but it will stay an exceptionally rare sight. It is the work of Lanzante, the same company that took the McLaren F1 GTR to victory at the 24hrs of Le Mans in 1995. Now an authorised McLaren service centre (specialising in the Ultimate Series cars and trucks) and well known for its unique projects, Lanzante has actually brought to life what seems like the last piece of the open leading hybrid hypercar puzzle – Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta, Porsche 918 Spyder and now this.
With the P1's original designer, Paul Howse, assisting to shape the Spider and with the P1's original test motorist, Chris Goodwin, offering feedback on the characteristics, it's no surprise that it feels and look like a factory cars and truck. It's likewise testament to the vehicle's aesthetic rightness that it appears like it would be a fairly simple task to take the roof off a P1, but as Dean Lanzante explains to us in this film it has taken a great deal of work.
We were provided a minimal mileage with the P1 Spider, so we decided to maximize each and every single yard and have it transferred directly to an amazing piece of road that would really test it. Ten years on from the P1's launch, its turbocharged V8 and electrical motor (producing a combined the 903bhp and 664lb feet of torque) still feels mighty and the sounds that it produces are arguably a lot more wild in this Spider version.
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