McLaren has announced plans to produce a track-only version of the P1. It will be available exclusively to customers who have already purchased a street-legal P1
McLaren has announced plans to produce a track-only version of the P1.
Set to be launched in 2015, the model will be available exclusively to customers who have already purchased a street-legal P1. Little else is known about the vehicle but McLaren said it "will be the company’s most powerful car yet" and it will "also be its rarest."
2015 will also see the introduction of the company's entry-level P13. The company says the model will be a "comfortable, usable, and beautiful mid-engined two seater sportscar, built around a carbon fiber chassis." They also confirmed there will be more than one variant and its introduction will help them increase their annual sales to approximately 4,000 units.
Besides announcing the new models, McLaren confirmed they made an operating and pre-tax profit for the first time in 2013 thanks to increased sales of £285.4 ($477.8 / €350.8) million last year. The pre-tax profit was a meager £4.5 ($7.5 / €5.5) million but the company expects that figure will grow in 2014.