As if the regular P1 is not extreme enough, Lanzante have taken the track only P1 GTR and converted it for road use in the form of the P1 LM.
Lanzante is the company that created the legendary F1 LM (from the F1 GTR) back in the late 1990s, and were responsible for the Le Mans winning F1 from 1995. Power remains the same (at 1000ps) but 60 kg has been lopped off the GTR's kerb weight, while aerodynamic tweaks increase downford by 40%. The result is a new road car record for the Goodwood Hill Climb with a blistering 47.1 sec run. Trumping that is the recent (May 2017) record breaking lap of the Nurburgring in just 6 min 43 sec - a world record for a road legal production car.
Just five LMs will be produced (plus the XP1 prototype), each retailing at an astronomical £3million. Most will be painted in orange, as a hommage to the F1 LM.