McLaren Automotive and Tumi has announced a new partnership which the maker of high-end suitcases and bags to become the official luggage partner of McLaren.
Tumi and McLaren Automotive have announced a new partnership which sees the maker of high-end suitcases and bags as the official partner to both of the luxury sports car’s consumer and racing divisions. Tumi will provide McLaren with business and travel essentials, which both brands plan to release a luggage collection in late 2020.
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Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Automotive, said:
“McLaren supercar owners the world-over value the experience of travel with a clear emphasis on performance, luxury and style. We see that echoed by TUMI who, like McLaren, pursue a like-minded focus on the innovative use of lightweight materials and optimised performance all brought together by a holistic design-led approach.”
Zak Brown, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Racing said:
“Travel and lifestyle are central to the sport of Formula 1, so our new partnership with TUMI is perfect. Like McLaren, TUMI is constantly pursuing better in everything it does through optimisation and innovation. We’re delighted to welcome TUMI into our family of partners and to proudly represent the brand and its products around the globe.”
Rob Cooper, President, TUMI said:
“It’s an exciting step for TUMI to venture into this collaboration with McLaren. At TUMI, we pride ourselves on truly understanding our customers, as well as having the foresight to develop products that meet their evolving travel needs. We believe that partnering with McLaren to bring their cutting edge, lightweight technologies to a collaborative collection will support TUMI’s mission of providing high-performance solutions and innovative products that optimize the journey.”
For now, these are the only details that has been sent to us. There will be more details to come on the collaboration between McLaren and Tumi will be revealed next year.