Woking, England - McLaren’s first-half revenue has risen more than a third, driven by surging sales of its Senna.
The hypercar, named after late Formula One legend Ayrton Senna, was launched in March 2018.
Just ten were sold in the first six months, but sales rocketed to 217 in the six months to June 30 this year as revenue rose 36.4 percent.
Sales across the entire range climbed 7 percent to 2335 cars, with the biggest boost coming from the US, which grew by about a third.
However, other costs left McLaren with a £21.7 million (R397m) pre-tax loss, down from £53.8m.