McLaren will double its turnover, invest £1 billion on R&D and launch 15 new models — one is understood to be the new F1 replacement — over the next six years.
Revealed at Geneva motor show earlier this year, the strategy is dubbed Track22 because it reaches to 2022. The 15 cars, both series and short-run cars, will replace the entire existing model range on a five-year lifecycle.
All the cars will continue to fall under McLaren’s three-pronged model hierarchy — Sports, Super and Ultimate Series — and will continue to be exclusively mid-engined sports cars. The new F1 will be an Ultimate Series model.
In the shorter term, the new models will include a spider version of the 570S, and the 650S replacement, codenamed P14, is due next year. McLaren also plans to follow the success of the 675LT by making ‘LT’ a track-focused sub-brand. The plan also encompasses a fully electric hypercar as an Ultimate Series model.