Speaking to Automotive News Europe, McLaren's CEO laid out the company's ambitious agenda.
After selling 1654 sports cars in 2015, Flewitt expects the company to sell 3000 vehicles this year, and between 4500 to 5000 annually by 2022.
Given the constraints at its current factory in Woking, England, McLaren's production is limited to around 5000 cars per year.
To achieve its goals, McLaren aims to invest 1 billion pounds ($1.9 billion) in 15 new models between now and 2022. Many of these new vehicles will be built around a new vehicle platform, consisting of a new carbon-fibre tub for the passenger compartment and new aluminium frames.
Despite the new underpinnings, McLaren's upcoming models will stick with the tried and true mid-engine, two-seat layout.
Above: McLaren 570GT.
The company will also invest heavily in a new engine that has been "specifically designed for a hybridised application". Although Flewitt declined to indicate whether it would be a V6 or a V8, the new drivetrain will be a standalone hybrid as it is "more convenient".
Although the hybrid is being developed to help the brand meet tightening emissions legislation throughout the world, it will "add to the experience" of driving a McLaren. The hybrid drivetrain will be offered in tandem with the existing twin-turbo V8 and should appear by 2019.
McLaren's CEO says that by 2022, more than half of the vehicles offered by the brand will be hybrids.