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2014 McLaren P1

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2022
Saturday, 22 January - Sunday, 30 January
$1,705,000
Sale Price
30 January 2022
Sold Date
1413
Lot Number
#2
Unrestored Original
Barrett-Jackson
Auction House
3799/903hp twin-turbo hybrid V-8, red calipers, Stealth package.

Evaluation: At time of sale, this McLaren carried 2,334 miles on the odo, which is a bit on the high side for one of these hybrid hypercars. Still, it’s very clean and was recently serviced at McLaren Beverly Hills to the tune of nearly $45,000.

Bottom Line: Once P1s hit the open second-hand/collector market, they were still among the quickest, highest-tech and most exotic cars on the road. Prices quickly exceeded $2M. But, the freshness soon wore off and they quickly sank to below $1.5M. However, over the last year or so, P1s (like just about everything else) continue to sell for more. This result, while still down from the P1’s peak, is higher than any seen recently and a sign of continued growth.

by Conner Golden
5 February 2022
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Parts car.
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