McLaren continues its slow reveal of the new P1 supercar with a glimpse of the car's instrumentation. The full interior won't be shown until the Geneva auto show in March, but these images show that the car will have digital instrumentation, and a Race mode. The latter, designed for track use, incorporates a set of F1-style shift indicators in the dash. They start off green, change to red and then to blue.
Race mode also controls the P1's rear wing, which extends by 11.8in. and changes its pitch into what McLaren describes as “an optimal aerodynamic position.” The double element structure of the wing was designed using techniques applied from McLaren's F1 business.
The P1 will cost from $1.2m when it goes on sale later this year. Expect a series of performance-oriented option packages to be boost the price.