The stunning blue McLaren P1 from 2015 became the most expensive specimen ever sold at auction after it reached a price of $2,39 million during the last weekend. Sold by the house Gooding & Company, the P1 is finished in an impeccable shade called Professor 2 Blue color that has been modified many times before finally fulfill the vision of its owner. In addition to the blue color, this model includes a number of red accents, matte black and silver wheels.
The interior of the passenger compartment is also impeccable and inside the car has a custom designed seat with lining that mimics the patterns of seat in model Ferrari 365 GBT/4 Daytona. In addition, the owner of the model adjusted the rearview mirror on the passenger side with the “look beautiful” inscription intended for his wife, and engraved on two sides of the glass. Before it left the factory, the car is also signed by directors of Design McLaren Frank Stevens and Don Denis.