Never before has Formula One technology been so integrated into the design and performance of a road car. The McLaren P1 touts a kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) and Drag Reduction System (DRS), both enabled by buttons on the steering wheel. Practical application of KERS gives the P1 176 additional horsepower that can be tapped to boost speed, increase overall output, or solely power the car up to 12 miles before needing to charge. This isn’t a car anyone is going to hyper-mile for a little savings at the pump, but it is a hybrid nonetheless. Coupled with 3.8-litre, twin-turbocharged, V8, horsepower numbers exceed 900 with torque above 660 lb. ft. A seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission carries the P1 up to a stratospheric top speed of 217 mph. To bring the P1 back down to Earth, carbon-fiber braking by Akebono is precise. When given a chance to drive the P1, Formula One driver Sergio Perez said, “When I first touch the brake it really feels like stopping a Formula One.” So, your McLaren P1 should feel right at home taking on any cars that dare attempt to challenge it.