986bhp of McLaren P1 GTR is a pretty scary proposition on track. On the road, it sounds downright terrifying.

And yet so many owners want to use their P1 GTR on the road that McLaren specialist Lanzante will offer conversions. Some 40 P1 GTRs have been sold, at £1.98 million a pop.

According to Autocar, McLaren isn’t directly involved but has given its blessing – it would be shooting itself in the foot to object, really. Apparently the conversion will be homologated for European and Middle Eastern markets.¬†Lanzante hasn’t revealed what modifications are needed to make the P1 GTR road legal, but they’re certain to include a quieter exhaust and maybe improved lighting.

Lanzante is one of the world’s leading McLaren F1 specialists, running the Kokusai Kaihatsu Racing F1 GTR that famously won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1995.