This 20,000th McLaren is a 600 LT with RHD, "Chicane Gray" color. This model has been on the market since last summer. Eight years after the first McLaren homologated for the road was born, the meter now stands at 20,000 units.
Around 2,300 people work at McLaren today. They build around 20 cars per day. Last year, & # 39; n 4,800 cars & # 39; s left the Woking site. This number is expected to rise to 5,000 in the near future, but the ultimate goal is to achieve a production of 6,000 McLaren per year, which is realistic in the sense that the demand for exotic sports luxury is growing. .
In addition to its "hypercars" cars, McLaren launched in larger numbers last year: the 540 and 570, which can compete with a Porsche 911, also in the context of daily use.
McLaren is a unique builder for many reasons, not only because it designs and builds its own engines, which is exceptional in this "niche" category, but also because it ensures that its models, despite a very high potential on track, remain comfortable on the road and easily suitable for traffic use today.