McLaren Automotive celebrated the production of its 15,000th car at the McLaren Production Centre (MPC) in Surrey, England – just seven years after production first began.

The 15,000th  unit is a 570S Spider from the Sports Series in Curacao Blue, comes less than 18 months after the 10,000th car was completed in December 2016.

Check out these unpublished images of the McLaren 570S Spider here!

Production has doubled from around 10 cars a day to 20, since the introduction of a second production shift in 2016, with 90% of the factory’s produce exported to more than 30 markets around the world.

McLaren achieved record sales last year, selling a total of 3,340 cars – a figure the British sportscar maker attributes to the launch of two new models – the 570S Spider and the 720S from the Super Series.

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