McLaren Special Operations has unveiled a one-off P1 in a stunning blue and
orange motif that runs throughout the hybrid supercar.
The motif has been inspired by the Gulf Oil livery from a past McLaren F1 GTR competition car. Due to contractual issues, McLaren doesn't officially call it Gulf Oil livery.
This unique McLaren P1 was commissioned by businessman and philanthropist Miles Nadal, age 56, who is the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and founder of MDC Partners. MDC Partners is the 8th largest advertising holding company in the world and is worth $1.2 billion.
The Gulf Oil exterior theme extends from the special McLaren Heritage badge on the nose, all the way to the active rear wing that produces GT3 racing car levels of downforce. It's complemented by orange calipers for the Akebono carbon ceramic brakes, and with a subtle orange pinstriping detail to the front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser.
The interior has also received the MSO touch continuing the theme with bespoke controls and seat details.
One of the only 375 cars set to be built, the McLaren P1 features a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 with an electric motor to generate a combined output of 916 hp (674 kW) and 663 lb-ft (900 Nm).