McLaren P1 vs Lamborghini Veneno vs Ferrari LaFerrari a specs tacular showdown

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McLaren P1 vs Lamborghini Veneno vs LaFerrari — a specs showdown

The supercar scene has eerily quiet and then out of the like buses, three turned up at once. Unlike however, the McLaren P1, Lamborghini and the Ferrari LaFerrari are incredibly monstrously fast machines, of propelling two people at speeds are usually the reserve of aircraft. If were no object, you’d buy all right?

But what if you’re a bit and had to choose just one? break it down.


The P1 is the least bonkers of the trio, but like saying Jack the is less mental than and Saddam Hussein. That adjustable rear spoiler, the side air-intakes and that menacing front end are enormously though it’s clearly a focussed more on substance overt style. It’s but in a supercar way, which you will still get attention in

With all the teaser images and we were hoping for a little aesthetic oomph from the LaFerarri but the company’s done a job nonetheless. It’s certainly than the McLaren P1. From the concave doors, to the F1-style the red Italian reeks of style and is bit the automotive pin-up.

The Lamborghini is the craziest looking Lambo and that’s saying something. It has a mixture of sweeping lines and edges and every panel like it was designed to either cut you or you to the moon. And just look at rear end – it looks as if it it’s of bits borrowed from a jet.

It’s hideous and in equal measure.

It’s a call as there are different for different folks. We’ll it a draw.

Design winner: tie

Performance handling

The Lamborghini happens to be the least powerful of all but it’s far from slow. The V12 from the Aventador LP700-4 is an powerful engine and in the Veneno it has tuned and enhanced to create a of 740bhp. This means at 801Nm (590lb/ft) of torque, a 0 to time of less than seconds and a top speed of 222mph.

The P1 uses a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 and an electric engine that performance and efficiency. They to create 903bhp and 900Nm of torque. Like the Lambo, all power means a 0 to 62mph of less than three but the top speed of 217mph is lower, that figure is electronically so a few more mph is surely possible.

car can match the Ferrari LaFerrari on when it comes to sheer A spot of Hy-Kers hybrid F1 and two electric motors gives the supercar a staggering 963bhp and (664lb/ft) of torque, which another 0 to 62mph time of than three seconds and a top claimed to be as high as 230mph.

The Lambo’s power deficit it in a firm third place. We from official figures the LaFerrari accelerates from in 15 seconds (two seconds than the McLaren P1). also lighter than its so the red car should be the winner in a drag

We’re sure McLaren has a or two to say about the P1’s handling but on paper, the LaFerrari comes out on

Performance winner: Ferrari

Economy environment

The addition of an motor makes the McLaren P1 frugal. In fact, it’s to tax than a BMW 5-Series [], to CO2 emissions of just 200g/km and It can even run on just the electric lowering the emissions to nada.

else in this class remotely close and that’s a achievement given the absurd

The LaFerrari is less impressive in regard. It’s more than the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, but still not what you could call eco-friendly. CO2 emissions of plonk it in the top tax bracket ─ not that an £1,000 or so would be of much if you can afford the car in the first place.

figures have yet to be released but not expecting miracles, even its hybrid powertrain.

The Veneno is unimpressive. Although we don’t the MPG figures just yet, the CO2 from the Aventador J are 370g/km and economy comes in at 16.4mpg ─ the is surely going to be worse. a win for the McLaren by a significant margin.

Environment winner: McLaren P1.

Only three Lamborghini will be built and all of them already sold. But if you were in a to buy one, the cost would be should probably sit down) million. No, we’re not joking.

Ferrari has yet to reveal a price given that it will be in greater numbers than the and the cost of the F12 and the Enzo, it will – somewhere around the £1 million

The McLaren seems like a bit of a then. Even though really not much slower, far frugal and probably just as on a track, it costs a ‘mere’ That’s still depressingly for most of us, but technically it’s the value for money, especially if you handing cash over to stations.

Pricing winner: P1


Even before this, you probably fell in with one of the cars upon sight. But if we had to pick one, go with the LaFerrari. No, the Veneno. the McLaren.

Oh, we don’t know.

Our inner-child pangs for the Veneno, when only three ever be built, and as proud we love the fact the McLaren P1 is a tour de force, fast and And yet the Ferrari, with its obscene and speed and in that legendary of red, is so tempting.

Let’s cut to the They’re all brilliant. If you somehow up with enough dosh to buy nobody in their right could say you made the wrong

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