Between October 2013 and December 2015, McLaren produced a very selective 375 of their flagship P1 model. Their rarity makes them all the more valuable, so it’s a shame to see one of the few fall, as one P1 met it’s end recently in China.


This crushed example is a silver-coloured P1 supercar, which was a part of an accident that took place in Hangzhou, the capital city of China’s Zhejiang province. The pictures taken from Weibo forums show that the car took heavy damage on virtually every part of the car besides the roof and a bit of the rear.


The information beyond that is hazy; there’s still no information on how the crash happened, if other vehicles were involved, and if anyone sustained an injury.


McLaren’s $2 million P1 is one of the most sought after hypercars on the planet. It packs a whopping 904 HP, fueled by the stupid 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8. The P1 goes from 0-100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds, with a top speed of 351km/h (218mph).