In 2013, McLaren rolled out the 2014 McLaren P1, its first full-fledged supercar since the 1993 McLaren F1. Equipped with a hybrid drivetrain and introduced about the same time as the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari and 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder, the P1 became part of the first generation of hybrid supercars. With production limited to only 375, the P1 sold out in no time. However, because each models is hand-built at McLaren’s plant in Woking, the Brits have yet to assemble all P1s as of mid-2015. Although most P1s are special to the extent that they were taken to the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) division for custom paint jobs and interiors, this example stands out in a crowd.