McLaren 570S

McLaren has begun broadening its lineup over the past year, starting the launch of the P1, the company’s first supercar since the F1. Twelve months after that, they replaced the MP4-12C with the 650S, and then they introduce the 675 LT, which is essentially a 650S with a longer wheelbase. Now, for the 2015 New York Auto Show, McLaren has decided it was time to introduce the 570S Coupe to the world. The 570S gives McLaren access to a new market, being that it is slotted below the 650S. Base MSRP $184,900


Since the 650S showed up with the front end looking like it came straight off of the P1, it became clear that the Sports Series would also receive the hyper car’s gorgeous front end. The 570S has a striking appearance as it features the same “designed by air” fascia as the 650S and P1. Aero blades below the front bumper add more down force at higher speeds, large LED headlamps still resemble McLaren’s logo, and a rounded nose keeps the 570S in the same family as the 650S and P1. The iconic dihedral doors are still in place on the 570S. At the rear, the flying buttresses and teardrop-shaped rear glass helps to direct airflow across the rear deck and over the spoiler. The exhaust pipes are now flanking the intricate diffuser.


Similar to every McLaren cabin, the 570S has been designed around the driver, with a focus on visibility and function. McLaren has stated that the 570S will offer improved day-to-day usability along with more roominess for both passengers. Equipped with a full infotainment system, the 570S offers a newly designed digital instrument cluster along with a 7-inch touchscreen that features integrated climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, and the owner’s choice of either Sirius satellite radio or DAB digital. Leather-wrapped seats, a leather-trimmed dashboard and steering wheel, and a Bowers & Wilkins 12-speaker Premium Audio System with 1,280-Watt surround sound will leave the occupants feeling immersed in the driving experience.


As the name states, the 570S has 570 PS of power, which translates to 562 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. This means that the 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V8 can propel the 570S to 60 in just 3.2 seconds; accelerating to a top speed of 204 mph. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 7-speed, dual-clutch transmission.


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