McLaren and Mercedes have officially parted ways after the last SLR Stirling Moss editions were built in Woking.
The two firms have long been partners, both in developing road cars and in Formula 1, but these agreements have now ended.
McLaren produced 2000 SLRs at its Woking factory, with five different variants having appeared since the car's launch in 2004.
Since January McLaren has been building the 75 Stirling Moss variants of the SLR, but it will now fully switch its attentions to production of its MP4-12C. Mercedes has its own rival for that car, the SLS AMG, which is due to reach the UK in July.
Last month Mercedes announced it was selling its 40 per cent share in McLaren's F1 team and would instead enter its own factory team after completing a buyout of Brawn. This means the two former partners will now be direct rivals, both with race cars and on the road.