It has been announced that McLaren will once again delay the U.S. deliveries of its plug-in hybrid Artura, meaning
that owners are expected to have to wait another four months to receive their keys.
The U.S. McLaren retailers were recently informed in a memo that the delay has been caused by an
Enhanced Testing Procedure Introduced By McLaren, Which Is Claimed To Provide “Additional Checks And Tests In Our
Quality Control Process.” Roger Ormisher, Confirmed The News To Auto News. We have temporarily slowed
Production In Order To Implement These Quality Control Procedures. It will take until September for
Customers To Receive Their Artura, Who Had Originally Been Promised It In May. A third delay was announced in
Late 2021 As A Result Of McLaren's Decision To Devote Limited Semiconductor Supplies To Models With Higher
Margins, Such As The Elva And 765LT Spider. Following a delay of nearly three months caused by software supplier issues, the
Company Informed U.S. Customers That It Would Be Released In Late August Or Early September.
Artura appears to be an attractive package on paper. An electric motor and a 7.4 kWh battery pack enhance the
Performance Of The 3.0-Liter Twin-Turbocharged V6 Engine.