Fresh off its global debut at the 2012 Paris Auto Show McLaren is achieving momentum in the supercar division with their P1 design study, an obvious replacement to the iconic F1 supercar of 1992. All of its body panels are carbon fiber for weight reduction while the engine sits amidship in McLaren’s MonoCage. Due to the large automatically adjusted ‘active’ rear wing, the P1’s 600 kilograms of downforce is five times as much as a McLaren 12C. Additionally, very complex geometry is expressed in the rear diffuser for tremendous aerodynamics and stabilized top performance. Initial specs have not been released but the P1 will go well over 200 mph. A production iteration of the vehicle will be unveiled next year at the Geneva Motor Show.