2017 McLaren 570GT

Feb 25, 2016

Category: Rides

This new coupe from McLaren is built specifically for performance off of the track but the car company has made sure to provide it with a good deal of muscle. Still packing a punch with the 3.8-liter 570 horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine, originally put into the 570S from last year, the 570GT can hit 60 miles-per-hour in a eyebrow-raising 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 204 mph.

What makes the 570GT different from other McLaren models is that it is somewhat more amenable to daily tasks like heading to work or going on a road trip. With roughly 8 cubic-feet of luggage space made accessible through a glass hatch, noise reduction for the cabin, softer suspension, and adjustable leather seats, this thing is as plush as it is fast. The marque even put gull-wing doors on this car and designed for easy entry in addition to using specially developed Pirelli PZero tires to help reduce road noise. McLaren will debut the 570GT at the Geneva Auto Show with a sticker price of $198,950.

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