McLaren Artura is slow to deliver again because of the global chip crisis | Car Blog

According to Automotive News, customers who order a plug-in hybrid supercar from McLaren will have to wait until July 2022 to receive the car. The reason is that the British automaker prioritizes its limited supply of semiconductors to produce more profitable models, such as the Elva and 765LT Spider.


Although McLaren has not confirmed prioritizing semiconductor chip supplies for the production of these two models, its spokesman Roger Ormisher told Automotive News: "McLaren works very hard to ensure the production process goes smoothly. went well, but now our semiconductor chip supply is exhausted, reducing our production target.The hardest hit model was the McLaren Artura, which led to deliveries of this model to customers. delayed again".

Although Mr. Roger Ormisher said there are more positive signs, the global chip crisis is expected to continue until 2023.

Launched in February this year, the McLaren Artura is the British automaker's first mass-produced hybrid high-performance car. It is also the first model to use the all-new McLaren Carbon (MCLA) lightweight chassis, designed specifically for hybrid systems.

McLaren Artura is equipped with a V6 engine, 3.0L capacity, twin turbocharger, combined with an electric motor and 7.4 kWh battery system, bringing the total capacity to 671 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque. twisted. This allows the $225,000 supercar to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.0 seconds and reach a top speed of up to 330 km/h. When in pure electric mode, this model has a range of about 31 km.

McLaren's hobby in Vietnam has blossomed since businessman Pham Tran Nhat Minh (Minh Plastics) imported the 650S Spider at the end of 2015. Currently, the number of McLaren in Vietnam has reached 30 units, including many models. different models such as 650S, 570S, 720S, 765LT, GT and Senna hypercar model.


 

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