D The British had already announced the long-term timetable at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Now 'Auto Express' provides more information that should come from the source of an insider.
The purely electric model will not be the successor to the hybrid super sports car McLaren P1, but should be part of the Ultimate Series, which bundles limited special models . The McLaren EV will cost less than one million pounds (around 1.3 million euros) and will be the first roadworthy model to break the 200 mph threshold (around 322 km /h).
Another key data will be an operating time of 30 minutes on the racetrack and a reload time of 30 minutes as well. As with every electric sports car concept, the conflict of objectives is the requirement for high performance and low weight.