McLaren Automotive has celebrated the 20,000th car to be hand-assembled at its McLaren Production Centre in Woking, Surrey.


McLaren Automotive, the luxury British sportscar and supercar company, has celebrated the 20,000th car to be hand-assembled at its McLaren Production Centre (MPC) in Woking, U.K.

This McLaren 600LT Spider in Chicane Grey is the 20,000th car McLaren Automotive has built since 2011 The 20,000th car built was a right-hand drive Coupe variant have already been filled.

This latest milestone represents a further significant achievement for the British marque and comes eight years after the first McLaren road car left the Production Centre in July 2011.

While McLaren's production reached just over 4,800 cars in 2018 to meet rising global demand, output will remain around 5,000 a year into the next decade before increasing to 6,000 before the end of the current Track25 business plan in order to maintain exclusivity.

McLaren Automotive now employs over 2,300 people and, helped by a diverse product portfolio and more customers using the brand's bespoke division McLaren Special Operations, contributed a significant proportion of McLaren Group's overall $2.1 billion of revenue in 2018.

The introduction of a second production shift in 2016 to meet rising global demand for McLaren vehicles has seen production double from around 10 cars to over 20 a day. Over 90% of vehicles built in Woking are exported to more than 32 markets around the world.