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The all-new McLaren Artura marks the beginning of both a new chapter for the pioneering luxury supercar company and a new era in supercar technology and performance. McLaren’s first series-production High-Performance Hybrid supercar focuses more than half a century of the company’s racing and road-car experience and expertise into a next-generation supercar that blends ground-breaking technology with McLaren’s dedication to pure driver engagement.
An All-New Era
With Artura, we started with a clean sheet. The McLaren Carbon Fibre Lightweight Architecture (MCLA) at its core is all-new. As is the High-Performance Hybrid powertrain. And so much more. Our relentless pursuit of lightness reaches another level. Aerodynamic efficiency is more advanced than ever. Helping to shape a minimal, beautiful new design. From the rear suspension to the advanced E-differential, every new element contributes to a uniquely intense driving experience. Ultra-light engineering. Blistering electrified power. Sublime agility and engagement. McLaren to the core. For the next generation.
Relentless innovation is in our DNA. It shapes Artura from the ground up. To redefine the supercar, every core element has been fearlessly rethought. This pioneering, technical innovation has enabled incredible performance. And new heights of handling precision. Balanced with exquisite attention to detail, driver focused technology and the ability to travel in electric-only urban mode.
Low and lean. Minimal and powerful. Artura is a brand new interpretation of our design language. Yet from managing airflow and heat, to achieving an ultra-low centre of gravity, and even enabling the perfect driving position – every curve exists for a reason. The seamless, sculpted feel is made possible by cutting edge carbon fibre expertise and advanced techniques such as Superforming. Beautiful functionality, that functions beautifully.
The next-generation supercar offers next-level driver engagement. The innovative cockpit design brings powertrain and handling control switches within fingertip reach. Keeping your hands on the wheel, and eyes on the road. Electro-hydraulic steering provides optimum feedback. The E-Motor’s instant torque enables throttle response that’s twice as fast as our pure petrol cars – seamlessly transitioning to the V6 engine to deliver a torrent of power from standstill. Infotainment and connectivity deepen your engagement too – including new HD touchscreens, Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ capability.
|Type||Twin-turbocharged V6 Hybrid|
|Transmission||8-Speed + Seamless Shift Gearbox|
|Technology||Twin Turbochargers, Dry Sump|
|Maximum Power||680PS (671bhp)(500kW) @ 7,500rpm|
|Suspension Type||Double Wishbone, Adaptive Dampers|
|Maximum torque||720Nm (531 lb-ft) @ 2,250-7,000rpm|
|Maximum revs||8,500 rpm|
Dimensions and Weight
|Body Structure||MCLA Carbon Fiber Monocoque|
|Dry Weight||1,395 kg|
|Curb weight||1,498 kg|
McLaren Artura Configurator
348 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
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