McLaren Confirms Successor for P1
McLaren’s head of sales and marketing, Greg Levine, recently said that the company will release a successor for the P1 hypercar, but this will arrive one decade from now at the earliest.
“The only way a car like the P1 works is by being exclusive and having a short product cycle. After that, you have to step back from the market for a few years. These sort of launches can only happen every ten years or so,” the executive told autocar.
McLaren is set to give birth to 375 units of the P1 and the company has already found customers for three quarters of the production run.
In case you’re worried about McLaren not offering us anything to drive for at least ten years, we’ll remind you that the company is preparing a model that will be slotted under the MP4-12C supercar.