A collection of modern-day McLarens were ‘reunited’ at the McLaren Technology Centre (MTC) in Woking, Surrey. The collection is estimated to be worth £50m ($85 million CAD).
McLaren assembled a collection of 23 of its modern-day cars at the Technology Centre in England in a single photograph.
The collection, estimated to be worth $85 million CAD, includes everything from a McLaren MP4-12C to a P1 GTR. The all-new-and-limited McLaren Speedtail also makes an appearance in the picture.
All these cars were gathered there to help celebrate McLaren Automotive employee, friends and family open day.
Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer of McLaren Automotive said about the event: “Seeing our famous line-up of cars assembled here for the first time today is a reminder to everyone of how far we’ve come as a company in such a short space of time and the ambition and innovation of our people who have helped create that success.”
He adds: “It’s thanks to them, with the support of their friends and families, that we have been able to achieve so much, so quickly and launch so many amazing cars, over 90 percent of which are exported around the world. Our ambition as a company remains stronger than ever and we look forward to adding more amazing drivers’ cars to our range very soon.”
McLaren Automotive launched last month the 4th car part of their Track25 business plan, the McLaren GT. The three previous cars were 720S Spider, 600LT Spider and the Speedtail.
To those four models, the British carmaker will launch another 14 models or derivatives between now and 2025. By then, All the manufacturer sportscars and supercars will be hybridized.
Enjoy the full picture below as well as close-ups of all the cars present in the picture.