570S: All signs point to McLaren's entry-level model, which debuted in 2015, being next in line to be replaced, given its age. It is unclear whether the upcoming plug-in hybrid model is the replacement or another vehicle will be the successor.
620R: McLaren will build 225 of the 620R — essentially a road-legal version of the 570S GT4 race car. It has a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine with 611 hp and 457 pound-feet of torque. Race-ready design elements include a large rear wing, front bumper and splitter as well as semislick tires and lightweight braking. Deliveries are underway.
GT: Launched for the 2020 model year, the grand tourer likely has a long road ahead as McLaren looks to grow awareness of the nameplate.
765LT: The 765LT, which debuted online in March after its planned Geneva reveal was upended by COVID-19, is a high-performance and lightweight variant of the 720S. The 765LT is powered by a twin-turbo V-8 engine with 755 hp and 590 pound-feet of torque, compared with the standard 720S's 710 hp and 537 pound-feet of torque. The 765LT checks in at 2,952 pounds, 176 pounds lighter than the 720S coupe. To achieve a lower weight, McLaren utilized carbon fiber for the front splitter, front bumper, side skirts, front floor, rear bumper, rear diffuser and rear wing. The air conditioning and audio system were removed for additional weight savings. Deliveries are set to begin in November. Given McLaren's rollout of past LT variants, a 765LT convertible is likely in the second half of 2021.
720S: With coupe, convertible and high- performance variants now rolled out, the 720S likely won't receive any major changes until 2022 at the earliest. But details are unknown.
Speedtail: Deliveries of the new Speedtail, McLaren's three-seat hypercar with a production run of 106 vehicles, began this summer. Production is expected to be complete by the end of the year.