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Three Quick Renderings - McLaren P1 on HRE's

Wanted to share with you all three quick renderings of the McLaren P1 on three separate HRE's. PM me for questions on pricing & availability. I hope you all enjoy!

HRE P101's in Brushed Dark Clear


HRE P104's in Satin Bronze



HRE S101's in Gloss Charcoal with Polished Clear Lips


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What are the weights of the wheels compared with the originals?
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What are the weights of the wheels compared with the originals?
Weight differs slightly between each application. As a general reference though take a look below:

P101/P104
20x9.5 - 20.50lbs
20x10 - 20.80lbs
20x11 - 22.20lbs
20x12 - 23.40lbs
21x9.5 - 22.00lbs
21x10 - 23.00lbs
21x11 - 24.00lbs
21x12 - 24.80lbs


Add between 1-2 lbs per wheel for the S101's as they are a 3-piece wheel.

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What are the weights of the wheels compared with the originals?
As a reference, an original P1 front wheel is 9x19 and weighs 18.2 lbs.
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As a reference, an original P1 front wheel is 9x19 and weighs 18.2 lbs.
Telling by the 1.5 lb difference between the 20"x9.5" and 21"x9.5" it wouldn't be a stretch to imagine that a wider 19"x9.5" would be right on par with the P1 OEM fron wheel. Plus, you get the unlimited customization advantage of the HRE's.

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Wouldn't bigger wheels be a silly move on a P1. They look great but the car was not designed around these wheels. I'd be worried especially for track use.

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Telling by the 1.5 lb difference between the 20"x9.5" and 21"x9.5" it wouldn't be a stretch to imagine that a wider 19"x9.5" would be right on par with the P1 OEM fron wheel. Plus, you get the unlimited customization advantage of the HRE's.
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Not sure how you come up with that.

Going by your wheels, the weight difference between 20x9.5 and 20x10.0 is 0.3lbs. Using that same differential, if the OEM wheel were 19x9.5 instead of its actual 19x9.0, it would weigh roughly 18.5 lbs - yes?
You say that your 20x9.5 weighs 20.5 lbs, and that your 21x9.5 weighs 22.0 lbs. Assuming that weight differential for 1" smaller diameter implies that, if you were to make a 19x9.5, it would weigh 19.0 lbs - a half-pound more than the hypothetical OEM wheel. An extra half-pound of rotating unsprung mass per corner is not nothing.

An unlimited customisation advantage probably does matter to some people - the people who buy cars for posing rather than for driving.

Apart from the problem of increased weight is the question of why anyone would want to change the size of the wheels and tyres on his P1. If you think that your organisation is better at evaluating optimal tyre size than Chris Goodwin and his team are, perhaps I could interest you in a bridge that I might have for sale. It's a real bargain. After you paid me for it, you could customise it in any colour that you like.
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Wouldn't bigger wheels be a silly move on a P1. They look great but the car was not designed around these wheels. I'd be worried especially for track use.
HRE's P101's also come in 19" and widths are completely up to the customer who is ordering. All this means that if a McLaren P1 owner chose to, he could have the same specs as the OEM wheels while having a style and finish that he prefers.

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Two more amazing renders done by Mr. Jack Darton. Amazing skills!

HRE S101's with Gloss Black Center & Lips // Custom Red "HRE" Engraving & Centercap


HRE S101's with Satin Charcoal Center & Lips


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Two more amazing renders done by Mr. Jack Darton. Amazing skills!
HRE S101's with Satin Charcoal Center & Lips
What in the name of God happened to the rear fender on that P1?
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What in the name of God happened to the rear fender on that P1?
Hahaha. The artist wanted to add his own...flare...to the render. Pun intended.

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Hahaha. The artist wanted to add his own...flare...to the render. Pun intended.
The artist should stick to his day job.
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The artist should stick to his day job.
Ouch harsh. I think freedom of expression for an artist is very important. Overall he did an excellent job on these.

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Ouch harsh. I think freedom of expression for an artist is very important. Overall he did an excellent job on these.
We all are in favour of freedom of expression. That does not mean that all judgment should be suspended, or that all free expressions are equally well conceived.
I am not trying to hurt anybody's feelings here, but usually candid feedback to an aspirant is more helpful than mealy-mouth equivocation or insincere praise is.
I'm not going to get into a detailed critique unless it is requested. Suffice to say that the bodywork modification on the red P1 does not improve the design.
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Allow me to add some ADV.1's into the mix


ADV5.0 MV1 Competition Spec


ADV10 MV1 Competition Spec



ADV05S MV1 Competition Spec


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