McLaren has today announced significant price reductions on its 12C and 12C Spider models in Australia.
The 12C will be reduced from $493,100 to $398,000, while the new 12C Spider comes down to $441,780 plus on-roads, compared to it previous price of $543,900.
That means a McLaren 12C ownership dream is now $95,100 closer to reality, and 12C Spider customers are now $102,120 better off.
“McLaren today introduces revised pricing in Australia, leading the way in the super luxury sports car segment by benchmarking its pricing against competitive international markets,” McLaren’s Ian Gorsuch said.
McLaren believes that its new pricing structure better reflects what customers expect to pay, as its competitors in the segment have been heavily discounting below recommended retail prices.
And McLaren hasn’t forgotten current 12C owners - who paid the previous, much higher price - with the company offering them a “special trade-in allowance” should they choose to upgrade their 12C with a future McLaren model.
A deal has been struck with Australian distributor Trivett Bespoke to adjust pricing, meaning that the new pricing takes effect immediately, on current stock.
NOTE: all prices exclude on-road costs.