The coming year will be product-heavy for McLaren Automotive. The British exotic, which has no plans to join the crossover and SUV craze, will have a variety of supercars going on sale.
Joining the lineup this year is a new nameplate, the GT, which stands for Grand Tourer. It will not be part of the automaker's three traditional series of models, Sports, Super and Ultimate.
The Speedtail, the far-out hypercar with a sold-out production run of just 106 units, will arrive in 2020.
McLaren also announced that an unnamed roadster will join its Ultimate series in 2020.
With the roadster announcement, McLaren has identified five models from its Track 25 business plan, which began in 2018 and promised 18 new models or derivatives by 2025.
570: The 570S and 570S Spider carry on as the automaker's lowest price point models. Production of the 570GT has ended.
600LT: Production of the 600LT coupe has wrapped up, while production of the 600LT Spider will continue through the spring of 2020.
GT: The new model is the automaker's answer to other brands' ultraluxury and exotic supercars meant for the road and long distances. The GT will be powered by a new engine, a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V-8 that's unique to the nameplate along with a seven-speed transmission.
The engine produces 612 hp and 465 pound-feet of torque. McLaren said GT deliveries will begin in October. It starts at $210,000, excluding shipping.
720S: With the spider version launched, the next variant will likely be a high-performance version under the Longtail nomenclature. That will likely debut in 2020.