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McLaren GTS – SUPERCAR DNA
The GTS is designed to reset your expectations. It’s an all-out McLaren supercar. Through and through. No compromise. But it also has an extra dimension: ultimate usability. That makes it one-of-a-kind high performance supercar.
Retaining the core McLaren elements of beautiful yet functional design, class-leading power-to-weight ratio – enabled by lightweight carbon fibre construction centred on a unique monocoque chassis – and unmatched driving dynamics.Here is a superlight high performance supercar with sublime driver engagement – that you can enjoy the thrill of every journey.
McLaren GTS has the highest power-to-weight ratio in its class. A supercar heart, purity of responses and incredible acceleration defines its character. The car is alive to your inputs and will stir the senses. Now more than ever, thanks to increased power and torque. McLaren DNA runs through every detail. The sheer power and poise delivered by the GTS’s awe-inspiring engine and advanced lightweight construction is yours to savour. Whenever and wherever you choose.
Power in the GTS is delivered in a sustained, seamless flow, through linear acceleration and inherent engine flexibility. The key is torque. The engine’s 630Nm is available between 5,500rpm and 6,500rpm as a deep, controllable surge. It’s yours to use as you please.
Helping you fine-tune performance at every turn is the Active Dynamic Panel. Choose Comfort Mode and there’s a ‘Quiet Start’ function for discreet getaways and a softer exhaust note for sustained cruising. Select Sport or Track Mode and driver focus sharpens in an instant. With a more menacing exhaust note to match.
Technology works with you to deliver the GTS’s incredible performance. On any road. With deeply satisfying composure and race-bred control. The highly advanced Electronic Stability Control (ESC) keeps the car stable and secure in all kinds of road conditions.
And, as with all McLarens, there’s a Brake Steer System – poised to subtly slow the inside rear wheel to sharpen turn-in and reduce understeer. It gives you the confidence to apply power earlier on challenging corners. Another trademark McLaren advantage: without the need for a traditional Limited Slip Differential, mechanical complexity and weight are significantly reduced.
The foundation is a chassis that’s completely free from compromise. The stiff, super-light nature of the MonoCell II-T is the ideal place to begin. And the perfect platform for Proactive Damping Control suspension. The system’s lightweight aluminium double wishbones and uprights work in harmony with Continuously Variable, Electronically Controlled Dual-Valve Dampers – giving individual compression and rebound on each wheel. Longer dampers and a unique anti-roll bar create a ride/handling poise that is unmistakably GTS.
The bond between car and driver is made stronger still by advanced mathematics. The latest Optimal Control Theory software, developed through McLaren-led research at the University of Cambridge, reads the road and responds in fractions of a second to changing conditions. Learning more with every journey.
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