These stunning photographs give a rare insight into the £40million facility which McLaren hopes will make them the supercar world's market leader. Supercars line the sides of the factory, as 750 experts work together to produce McLaren's first supercar, the £170,000 MP4-12C
Cars are assembled and then painted before being passed through a rolling road and a 'monsoon test' where it is blasted with water at high pressure.
Following its completion the supercar is taken on a 30km test drive before being officially signed off - possibly one of the greatest jobs in the world for car enthusiasts.
Spread across 32,000 square metres, immaculately dressed McLaren staff work on the rear-engined supercar with eight models rolling off the line each day.
Each car takes around 12-14 days to assemble before being shipped off to one of 35 official dealerships across 18 countries.
It may have the clinical look of a pharmaceuticals laboratory, but production of the MP4-12C hasn't been exactly plain-sailing.
The fledgling firm was forced to recall all models last year to fix a series of minor niggles, although this isn't uncommon for a supercar companies.
The McLaren MP4-12C is a sports car designed and manufactured by McLaren Automotive. It is the first production car wholly designed and built by McLaren since the McLaren F1 in 1998. The car's final design was unveiled in September 2009, and was launched in 2011. The MP4-12C features a carbon fibre composite chassis, and is powered by a mid-mounted McLaren M838T 3.8-litre V8, twin-turbo engine developing approximately 616 bhp (459 kW; 625 PS) and around 443 lb·ft (601 N·m) of torque. The car makes use of Formula 1-sourced technologies such as "brake steer", where the inside rear wheel is braked during fast cornering to reduce understeer. Power is transmitted to the wheels through a seven-speed Seamless Shift dual-clutch gearbox.
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