The McLaren Sport Series lineup continues to grow as the company has introduced the new 570GT at the Geneva Motor Show. Described as the company's "most luxurious and refined" model to date, the 570GT follows in the footsteps of the 570S Coupe but adopts a side-opening rear glass hatch that provides access to a leather-lined "Touring Deck" with 7.7 cubic feet of storage. The model has also been equipped with a panoramic glass roof, a larger rear spoiler, and bespoke Pirelli P Zero tires that are designed to deliver a more refined ride.

The McLaren Sport Series lineup continues to grow as the company has introduced the new 570GT at the Geneva Motor Show.

Described as the company's "most luxurious and refined" model to date, the 570GT follows in the footsteps of the 570S Coupe but adopts a side-opening rear glass hatch that provides access to a leather-lined "Touring Deck" with 7.7 cubic feet of storage.  The model has also been equipped with a panoramic glass roof, a larger rear spoiler, and bespoke Pirelli P Zero tires that are designed to deliver a more refined ride.

The interior is instantly recognizable and it comes nicely equipped with a digital instrument cluster, premium leather upholstery, and eight-way power adjustable sport seats.  Drivers will also find a power steering column, an upgraded dual-zone climate control system, an eight-speaker audio system, and an infotainment system.

Power is provided by a biturbo 3.8-liter V8 engine that develops 570 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.  It is connected to a seven-speed seamless-shift transmission which enables the car to rocket from 0-62 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds before hitting a top speed of 204 mph.

Speaking of performance, the 570GT has been equipped with a retuned power steering system and a revised suspension with softer springs.

McLaren 570GT is the company's most luxurious model to date