After a period in which McLaren introduced and expanded its Ultimate Series, the British exotic's rarest and most expensive vehicles, the automaker is waiting until the middle of the decade to launch the next model, CEO Mike Flewitt said.
"We've come to the conclusion that actually we didn't need to launch another Ultimate Series car after Elva," Flewitt told Automotive News last month. "The plan actually is we don't do another Ultimate car until we do what we call the next-generation P1. We communicated with our customers that that's the case. The Elva will be the last Ultimate car until the next-generation P1, which will be out near 2025 by the time that car comes to market."