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TMR Team | Feb, 26 2013 | 6 Comments

Official images of McLaren's new P1 have surfaced online today, ahead of the hypercar's official unveiling in Geneva next month.

As expected, the P1's final styling is tied closely to the look of its concept predecessor, adding new carbon-fibre vents ahead of the front wheels - and a wild new yellow hue.

While the production P1 has yet to make its debut, these official images - obtained by Russian site Autowp - round out the bulk of the new McLaren's vital details revealed earlier this month.

McLaren has already confirmed the P1 will be driven by a hybrid system that pairs an uprated 542kW version of the 12C's turbo V8 with an electric motor, producing a total of 673kW and 900Nm.

MORE: Click here to read all about the P1's powertrain.

Weight will also be kept low thanks to an even more advanced evolution of the 12C’s MonoCell carbon fibre/aluminium tub dubbed ‘MonoCage’, with the P1’s tub integrating side and roof air intakes and increased attention to passenger safety.

Performance figures for the P1 continue to elude fans for now, but we expect a 0-100km/h sprint to wrap up in the low 2.0 second region.

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