McLaren To Unveil 18 New Models, Including P1 Successor, Until 2025

Doris Richards
July 15, 2018

Called Track25, the new plan is an expansion of the already established Track22 plan revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016.

McLaren is committed to ensuring that its sportscar and supercar range will be hybrid within seven years.

McLaren says it is also looking into "new augmented driving features" to deliver a "step-change in driving experience", along with the development of a new "lighter, superfast-charging, high-power battery system for performance applications" which the company expects to last over 30 minutes on a race track.

The soon-to-open McLaren Composites Technology Center (MCTC) will be where the automaker will develop and manufacture lightweight technology. Once operational, the MCTC will ensure that roughly 57% of vehicle content by value will be UK-sourced.

A successor to the iconic McLaren P1TM, the world's first ever petrol-electric hybrid-hypercar, is among the manufacturer's plans and will be highly anticipated.

"Everyone at McLaren Automotive remains constant in their focus of designing and crafting the world's best drivers' cars".

McLaren predicts that the product drive will lift production by nearly 75 per cent, and the firm is targeting an output of 6,000 cars annually by the mid 2020s.

While it's only announced the one auto so far, the rumour is Lanzante could be convinced to build two more to match the three-unit production run of the 1997 McLaren F1 GT.

Alongside a focus on the on-track and on-road experience, McLaren will introduce technologies created to improve the owning experience.

New features are also being launched to improve the owning of a McLaren including the introduction of over the air software updates, so owners can benefit from updates from home.

Now retailed in 31 markets around the world through an 86-stong retailer network, McLaren Automotive is looking at both expanding in existing markets as well as evaluating several major new markets including Russia, India and Central/Eastern Europe.

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