The McLaren MP4-12C is one of the most talked about supercars of 2011 and that’s not going to change anytime soon… well, at least not until McLaren Automotive introduces a new model.
At the opening og its new state-of-the-art production facility in Woking, England, McLaren’s Executive Chairman and CEO Ron Dennis confirmed that the company is hard at work on its next model.
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While we’re not sure if this new model is a successor to the McLaren F1 or a race car for its motorsport efforts, Dennis did confirm that it will be badged the MP4-27.
“We never stop,” Dennis said in a statement. “We exist to go faster; to be state-of-the-art; to innovate; to perform with belief, flair and passion; to be the absolute best at what we do. And everything that McLaren is has been built on the founding principles of good design and solid, seamlessly efficient engineering and manufacturing.”
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The McLaren MP4-27 is 9 months into the development program and the company has already stored 18,918 individual components from more than 3,000 different works orders and signed off more than 5,500 technical drawings.
All I know is – I can’t wait.
– By: Omar Rana