well maybe for the UK that was the right thing to do as Mclaren there is much weaker in resale than in other countries.In The UK it is noticeable that Mclaren have tried to do something different with 765. They have gone only to people who keep their cars long term. But maybe that's not true everywhere. UK got its allocation reduced by a fair bit, so maybe that became easier to do. When Senna came out it took only a week or two for a car to come up for sale. No 765 have come up yet publicly for the UK. Maybe US and ROW are different. I know a lot went to US so you might expect a few to come up - and they have. But perhaps fewer than might be expected. Mclaren have been quite public about not making any more pure ICE. I suspect the people who do want to change cars will sell to people who do want to keep them.
We have seen the effect on price of limiting the production of a car. Like 600LT vs 675LT. But how much more dramatic if we know, because of regulations, that there will never be another car like this?
I suppose I'm just saying - this time it really is different.
however numbers for the 765LT are way bigger : If it’s 765/765+ Specials vs 500/500+ 90 specials (Carbon edition, HS, MSO R ... we are still talking about at least 50-60% more inventory to a worldwide market that is more saturated and with a general worse perception of Mclaren keeping long term value as the first 675LT had ... and that 675LT market always has about 10-15% (down from 20+%) floating around for reale...