Woking is on course. By 2020, the sports car brand hopes to bring 4.500 bolides annually and from last year’s results this goal is no longer so far away. In 2016, 3,286 McLarens already owned an owner. With an equally sunny outcome for the financial picture. The British saw their profits grow by as much as 70%, up to £ 9.2 million before taxes. McLaren has been profitable for four consecutive years.
In that respect, you can only respect what McLaren has achieved. The brand has now been in its present form for six years and has already achieved consistent profit in the last four years. In 2016, sales amounted to 649.8 million pounds (nearly 740 million euros) and operating profit of 65.8 million pounds (about 75 million euros). Profit before tax came to 9.2 million pounds (10.5 million euros), which is an increase of 70 percent over 2015.
The growth of this year hopes to get them with the help of the 720S and 570S spider, both of which are considered sales sales, and Mclaren is also strongly involved in the North American market, which ended last year with no less than 1 to 3 McLaren.
The importance of the alternative driving line is also emphasized, as the brand expects that half of those cars are hybrid. Especially in North America, McLaren sells well. Last year, more than a third of all cars went up.