McLaren Automotive confirms arrival in India

With the opening of its first retail outlet in Mumbai in October, McLaren’s arrival in India forms a vital part of the marque’s global expansion plans and extends the brand’s already well-established presence in the Asia Pacific region

McLaren Mumbai

August 30, 2022: Racer, engineer and entrepreneur Bruce McLaren’s dream was to build the world’s most iconic supercars. Almost six decades later, McLaren is a pioneer of high-performance automotive engineering. The British luxury supercar maker confirms its entry into the significant Indian market, the brand’s 41st global territory.

McLaren’s range of supercars and hypercars are the ultimate in personalisation, high-technology and super lightweight engineering, combined with cutting-edge design and innovation to deliver breath-taking experiences. They are designed at the iconic McLaren Technology Centre, opened by Her Majesty The Queen, with every supercar hand-build at the adjoining McLaren Production Centre, both in Woking, Surrey south of London.

McLaren Mumbai

“It is an honour to be appointed as McLaren Automotive’s first retail partner in India - McLaren Mumbai. As a globally renowned supercar manufacturer, McLaren is the pinnacle of modern supercar luxury. We look forward to opening the McLaren Mumbai retail experience centre and offering McLaren customers an outstanding opportunity to engage with the brand and to be part of the McLaren owners’ community,” said Lalit Choudary, McLaren Mumbai.

The supercar manufacturer will offer the breadth of its model range to Indian customers, including the Everyday McLaren GT and the marque’s first ever high-performance hybrid - the Artura. The core supercar range also includes the universally acclaimed 720S coming in Coupe and Spider variants and the 765LT Coupe and Spider as the latest addition to the legendary LT product family.

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