Supercar manufacturer Mclaren has just rolled out its 10,000th car - a Mclaren 570S painted in ceramic grey. It took 5 years for the automaker to reach this milestone after manufacturing its first supercar, the Mclaren MP4-12C.
The British automaker will not sell this milestone 570S and it will remain with the company in its Heritage Collection. It's a great achievement for Mclaren, thanks to the Sports Series which is the most affordable product lineup of the company.
Mclaren Sports Series car lineup include 570S, 540C (China-only model) and the top-of-the-range 570GT.
An additional product lineup facility was built which bumped the production from 10 cars per day to 20. This is the third year of profitability for Mclaren and its sales are expected to double this year to more than 3,000 cars.
The Sports Series may be the most affordable product lineup but it's not cheap. The 570S come with a price tag of $200,000 (Rs 1.36 Cr). The next product lineup of the Mclaren is the Super Series which comprises of 650S and 675LT.
The top products that Mclaren currently sell fall under the Ultimates Series, but both the products are now sold out - the P1 and P1 GTR.
Now the British marque is working hard on developing the next model for both the Super Series and Ultimate Series, replacing the 650S, 675LT and the P1 hypercar.