Do you see North America continuing to be McLaren’s leading market?
I think it will be. I’m going to say forever, but that’s an awful long time, so certainly for a long time. Just take the demographics, the wealth. It’s almost a bit unfair when people say, “Which is the biggest market?” and I go, “Well, the U.S.” Because it’s kind of, like, of course it’s the U.S. We would be doing something wrong if it wasn’t. But right now, it’s the U.S., the U.K., Japan, Germany, China. The U.S. is going to lead that picture for quite a time. It’s a great market, a very healthy market. It’s got a mature understanding of the type of product. It’s got a lot of customers who love these kinds of cars. We’ve got excellent retailers here who know the market and know their customers. It’s a good many years ahead of most of the other markets around the world.
What does the China market mean for McLaren going forward?
It’ll grow steadily and slowly. The reality is that if you take the people with money…
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