Joining the likes of Volvo and Jaguar Land Rover, McLaren has announced plans to make its entire line hybrid by 2025.
There will also be eighteen models available in its range, a massive jump from the six currently on offer. Many of these will be entirely new vehicles, which is a rather exciting development, while others will simply be hybrid versions of existing cars.
Continuing to focus on the future, CEO Mike Flewitt also said the company would be implementing a number of “augmentation” features. He added that these wouldn’t make the car autonomous, as clearly anyone who owns a McLaren enjoys the driving experience. rather, they will help improve safety, legislation, and emissions. Another idea for more passionate McLaren owners was a “virtual coach who could show you how to improve on a track”.