You snooze, you lose. All 375 examples of the McLaren P1, which start at $1.15 million each, have been declared. According to Autocar, the remaining sales in Europe marked the last of the highly-anticipated hybrid supercar.

Delivery of the production McLaren P1 did not begin until August. What's more, Autocar reports that only 12 examples of the P1 have been built and McLaren will produce the supercar at a pace of merely one per day. Accounting holidays and weekends, this means that the last McLaren P1 won't be complete until well into 2015.

Nontheless, examples of the McLaren P1 in the America, Asia, and Middle East markets have all been called for earlier this year. The scale of Europe's economy uncertainty caused orders for the P1 to take longer but is official as well. That said, it is still remarkable that a significant amount of McLaren's customers were eager to sign paperwork before the first production example was even made.

McLaren Special Operations division announced that some 75 percent of the McLaren P1 customers have arranged some level of unique design on their exclusive machine, pushing the sale price well over £1 million, or roughly $1,600,000.

Of course, the majority of what the customers are paying for is the assurance that the McLaren P1 will be the fastest production car that McLaren has ever made. The McLaren P1 hybrid supercar features a 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 engine mated to a hybrid powertrain that boasts a total output of 903 hp. McLaren claims the P1 will take merely 2.8 seconds to accelerate from 0-to-100 km/h (62 mph). In fact, 0-to 300 km/h, or 186 mph, will only take 16.5 seconds. That is 5.5 seconds faster to 186 mph than the legendary McLaren F1.

The McLaren P1 has undergone a feverish amount of testing at the Nurburgring lately, no doubt in an effort to post an untouchable lap record to answer the likes of the Porsche 918 Spyder and LaFerrari.