McLaren Debuts 2020 McLaren GT
The last thing you will hear a McLaren owner complain is the comfort of their super car. This week McLaren debuted their latest additon to their GT series that is part of their Track25 business plan that is set to add 18 new cars to their lineup by the end of 2025. The new McLaren GT from the name means McLaren is heading in a grand touring direction from the press release which means the cars will have enough comfort for longer trips and drives without hurting your back and hips or just in general driving you crazy in an odd racing position meant for the track.
Like all McLaren supercars and hypercars, a carbon fiber monocoque will be mated to to a new McLaren twin-turbo V8 configuration that is called the M840TE which is a 4.0-liter from the normal 3.8. The GT is said to pack 612 brake horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque and a top speed of 203mph.
McLaren’s aim with the GT is all about ride quality and creature comforts. McLaren says that the GT will feature what they are calling “Optimal Control Theory software algorithm.” In a not so scientific explanation, that means that the McLaren GT will have sensors that will alert the suspension about certain road conditions all around the vehicle to adapt the suspension within milliseconds.
The GT has a few new styling ques from front to rear with the most recognizable ones being the front end and side pods. The McLaren GT is ready for order with a price tag starting at $210,000 and a delivery date of the end of 2019.
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