Back in 2011 McLaren started to make production cars again and the company has now hit 20,000 new cars since 2011.
The supercar maker has reveled that it has just built its 20,000th car at it production centre in Woking, Surrey, all of the companies road cars are built by hand.
Achieving our 20,000th car built is an important milestone for McLaren Automotive. Last year we hand-assembled just over 4,800 cars and we plan to maintain around 5,000 cars a year for the immediate future. While demand for our products continues to grow, we aim to balance that to maintain exclusivity for our brand and our customers. It is fitting that we celebrate this achievement with a 600LT Spider which has been a huge success for us with all production slots for the coupe variant now sold out.”
Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer for McLaren Automotive.
“It’s testament to the hard work, dedication and commitment from our McLaren Production Centre employees that we’re now able to produce 20 cars a day across many different vehicle types and variants.”
Dr. Jens Ludmann, Chief Operating Officer, McLaren Automotive.
You can find out more information about McLaren and the supercars the produce over at the company’s website at the link below.
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