McLaren won't be focusing on the 12C model, because they want to concentrate on the 650S model. The demand for the model is so high they don't have enough production capacity.
The news comes via PistonHeads, and they say the source comes from close to the top of McLaren’s corporate ladder, its chief financial officer, Richard Molyneux. He said:
"There's an element of customers wanting the newest and best. The 650S is partly a reaction to that, and our partly down to our own learning. There's no point learning lessons like the big OEMs and then waiting six years to put them on a new model."
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