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570GT-For The Journey
The 570GT adds extra comfort and practicality to breathtaking performance. Every bit a McLaren, it’s optimised for the road and makes the ultimate sports car experience one that’s perfect for daily use, longer journeys and weekends away.
The panoramic roof adds more light and a sense of space to the interior. The extended leather interior, standard on the 570GT, provides a sumptuous finish to the headlining.
The low stance and sleek, contoured nose declares power and dynamism. It’s a look that’s as functional as it is thrilling. Mounting the engine behind the driver for exceptional dynamics allows the front of the Sports Series to be extremely low-slung, ensuring reduced drag resistance and optimised driver visibility. The 570GT’s panoramic roof makes the roofline slightly taller than the standard 570S, and stretches back further to the rear to offer extra stowage, more headroom and more comfort for longer journeys.
A signature McLaren feature, the dihedral doors swing open to make entering and leaving as effortless as possible. Delicately contoured in lightweight aluminium, the unique-in-class doors extend all the way to the front wheel arches, and help to channel cool air to elegant wing-like air intakes integrated into the rear fenders.
For all its comfort and luxury, the 570GT is a thoroughbred sports car. The carbon-fibre chassis, lightweight aluminium body and a twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V8 engine contribute to an outstanding power-to-weight ratio.
The all-aluminium twin-turbocharged engine is mounted extremely low in the chassis for enhanced agility. Torque is served progressively over an incredibly broad powerband, encouraging the driver to use all 8500rpm. A stop-start system seamlessly shuts down the engine when stationary, improving efficiency and refinement.
The seven-speed seamless-shift gearbox can be used in Auto mode for maximum convenience, or controlled via steering-wheel-mounted rocker-shift paddles for manual gear selection.
The 570GT is designed for the driver who wants an ultra-high performance car yet still needs luxury touches and superior levels of comfort and refinement for longer journeys. Despite its mid-engine layout and breathtaking performance, the 570GT performs the unique role of classic Grand Tourer while providing remarkable super car style agility and pure driving fun.
Designed around the perfect driving position, the elegant, uncluttered interior architecture features a ‘floating’ centre console, seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system and sumptuous extended leather trim.
|Fuel Consumption (combined)
|26.6 mpg (10.7 l / 100 km)
|7- speed Seamless Shift dual clutch
|570PS (562bhp) (419kW) @ 7500rpm
|600 Nm (443lb ft) @5000-6500 rpm
Dimensions and Weight
|49 cu ft
|5 cu ft
348 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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