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McLaren MP4 Spider Planned

McLaren’s planning permission application for its new MP4-12C assemble facility included a factory plan showing shopfloor area given over to a ‘Webasto RHT Sub Assembly’ area.

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McLaren MP4-12C is ready for its close up

 

For those who’ve been apprehensively awaiting the equal of the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, terminal period was a rattling bounteous period indeed. Not exclusive did the new Mercedes sulphate AMG revealing out, but McLaren itself free flooded content of its new MP4-12C. We ran the content as presently as we could foregather it along with an initial collection of images, and today we’re backwards with more for your watch and desktop-plastering pleasure.

The design of McLaren’s newborn supercar – its prototypal autarkical road-car send since the unreal McLaren F1 – comes from the assistance of digit Frank Stephenson, the multi-national, American-educated specializer answerable for the regenerate Mini, BMW X5, Fiat 500 and innumerous Maseratis and Ferraris. His organisation of the MP4-12C is submissive by McLaren’s stitch logo, which figures super in the expose vents every around the automobile as substantially as the diode lights. Gallery: McLaren MP4-12C

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McLaren Plans 5-10 Variants

McLaren Automotive, the road car business that Ron Dennis left F1 to develop, has two more models “in development” beyond this week’s MP4-12C, and intends eventually to have “five to 10 models and variants” to offer buyers by the time its complete model line-up is revealed.

The first of the development cars is believed to be an open version of the 12C, due a year after the fixed-roof model’s launch in 2011.

The firm is understood to be working on a smaller, more affordable sports car. Dennis says part of the company’s mission is to help re-establish high-technology manufacturing in Britain.

McLaren won planning permission last month to build a new factory adjacent to its space-age headquarters near Woking.

MD Antony Sheriff said the company has “a complete plan to produce multiple models” and is planning eventually to build around 4000 units a year.

Thanks to: Autocar

2011 McLaren MP4-12C

With McLaren Automotive and Mercedes-Benz having pretty much dissolved the ties that led to their creation of the 2005–09 Mercedes SLR McLaren, the Woking, U.K.-based company is planning to reinvigorate itself with a range of new mid-engine supercars. And after teasing us for months with camouflaged test mules and tight lips, McLaren had our full attention when it released an encyclopedia’s worth of details for the first model in the series, the 2011 McLaren MP4-12C, ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt auto show later this month.

In stark contrast to the powerful yet luxurious SLR, the MP4-12C will be what McLaren describes as a transfer of technology from its Formula 1 racing programs combined with lessons learned from the production of the legendary 1993 McLaren F1 road car. In other words: focused, high-tech, and lightweight. Referred to throughout its development as the P11, the MP4-12C production moniker is unromantic but does mean something. The “MP4” has been used to designate the chassis of every McLaren Formula 1 car since 1981, while the “12” is the car’s “performance index” within the company that is used to aggregate a vehicle’s balance of power, weight, emissions, and aerodynamics.