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One dealer has a LaFerrari and McLaren P1 for sale

Snap up two-thirds of the hypercar ‘holy trinity’ with this 1,853bhp, £4.8m pair

If you’re the sort of speed-hungry millionaire that likes their supercar shopping to be conducted in the most efficient way possible, then we’ve got the used car listing for you.

Currently in stock at Fusion Luxury Motors in Los Angeles are a McLaren P1 (in its signature Volcano Orange) and a Ferrari LaFerrari (in equally uniform Rosso Corsa). If you’ve already got a Porsche 918 Spyder at home, there won’t be many quicker ways of completing your hybrid hypercar triumvirate.

The catch is that both cars have had someone else’s grubby mitts on them already. The McLaren’s covered 700 miles, while someone has enjoyed 1,072 miles of LaFerrari motoring.

Funny then, that the leggier Ferrari – which is also more common than the P1, with 499 units produced to the Brit’s 375 – is a chunk pricier. About $2 million more expensive, in fact. The LaFerrari is yours for a Bugatti Chiron-busting $4.2 million (£2.9m), with the rarer P1 a relatively bargainous $2.4 million (£1.7m).

Still, whoever’s selling is laughing: if both cars sell for their advertised prices, the McLaren will have appreciated by a cool £834,000 – almost double what Woking asked in return to build one.

LaFerraris, meanwhile, appear to earn money faster than the people who drive them, with this one up a staggering £1.8m in sticker price. In other words, for every mile it’s been driven, this LaFerrari will cost its second owner an extra £1,679. Oof.

Then again, the LaFerrari is undeniably the daddy on power: its 6.3-litre V12 develops 789bhp, and when allied to an army of electric it presents 950bhp to its rear tyres.

The P1’s combo of 3.8-litre bi-turbo V8 and batteries only offers 903bhp, but it’ll still rip to 62mph in 2.8 seconds, match the Fandango’s 217mph top speed, and it’s the handier trackday hack, massaging 650kg of downforce from the atmosphere where the Italian makes do with an alleged 360kg.

Now for the cruel question. Let’s cut your dream garage down to just one space. Which of the pair is it to be?

Perhaps this test can help you decide…

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