McLaren P1 to be unveiled in Dubai on Feb 18
Dubai, February 14, 2013
McLaren P1, the next generation ultimate supercar from British sports car manufacturer McLaren Automotive, will be unveiled in the United Arab Emirates on Monday (February 18).
This follows the supercar’s launch in Bahrain in January.
Designed with one aim in mind, to simply be the best driver’s car in the world, on road and track, the McLaren P1 is one of the decade’s most highly anticipated cars, said the company.
Inspired by Formula 1 engineering, it will offer exceptional aerodynamics, amazing performance and bespoke design for every owner. McLaren Automotive and Al Habtoor Motors’ executives are set to welcome VIP guests to its UAE unveil at the Habtoor Grand Beach Resort and Spa.
Meanwhile, new images of the striking design study, taken at the Bahrain International Circuit, were released by the company. Bahrain is the Middle East base for McLaren, and is also home of its majority shareholder, Mumtalakat.
McLaren Automotive regional director for the Middle East & Africa, Mark Harrison said: “After a successful launch in Bahrain, we are very excited to be bringing the McLaren P1 to the United Arab Emirates, where our retail partner, Al Habtoor Motors, has confirmed huge interest in this unique car. This year marks our 50th year anniversary, so it is apt that we are gearing up to launch a car that we feel will redefine the parameters for performance, on both circuit and road. This is why we have released these unique and stunning images, taken at the BIC, a location absolutely fitting for this supercar. ”
Fans of McLaren will be able to find the full set of images at: www.facebook.com/mclarenautomotive - TradeArabia News Service
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