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New rules. New breed.
Traditionally, the Grand Tourer is heavy. And compromised. The new McLaren GT is neither. Put simply, it reimagines what Grand Touring means. And feels like.
All the core ingredients are here… A design with presence and elegance. A depth of refinement and finely-honed details. Ride comfort for an effortless drive. Ample space for driver, passenger and luggage… But you’ll now find these Grand Tourer attributes in a car that also delivers breath-taking performance. Alongside exquisite handling balance and total driver engagement.
McLaren DNA makes the difference. Everywhere. A new, mid-mounted twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The specially developed lightweight MonoCell II-T carbon fibre chassis. An intuitive new infotainment system. It all adds up to the quickest accelerating car in its class. Which cossets and inspires, as you cross continents in modern luxury.
We haven’t allowed the Grand Tourer class conventions to hold us back. In any way. Tradition may favour big, heavy engines that aren’t as fast or efficient as they might be… But at the core of the new McLaren GT is a potent and thrilling 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 – offering class-beating speed and acceleration.
It produces 620PS and 630Nm of torque. In a lean, elegant car that weighs just 1530kg. The resulting performance leaves convention far behind. Without exception. But our aim wasn’t about an onslaught of raw speed. The engine has been carefully engineered to produce a smooth, seamless flow of thrust. And torque is accessible from low revs for refined progress.
All this performance comes from cutting edge design and a perfect balance between power and weight. Because a Grand Tourer should go like an express train – not handle like one.