This is the McLaren GTS, a successor to the GT model. It still possesses the insane McLaren speed, however the suspension and dampers are tuned for comfort, allowing for more useable daily driving and those occasional special grand tours. In a nutshell, here’s the essential information you need to know about the McLaren GTS.
The new McLaren GTS is underpinned by McLaren’s unique carbon fibre monocoque chassis and engineering philosophy. Despite its advanced construction, the vehicle still carries a hefty kerb weight of 1,520 kg, 10kg lighter than the GT
Power is supplied by McLaren’s 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine retuned to produce 635PS, an increase of 15PS over the GT. The 418PS-per-tonne power-to-weight ratio offers class leading performance.
Performance stats read 0-200km/h (0-124mph) quicker than GT at 8.9 seconds; 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in 3.2 seconds.
The GTS rides on McLaren’s Intelligent adaptive suspension, stopping power is provided by standard carbon ceramic brakes.
New personalisation options will include new ‘Lava Grey’ paint and updated colour selections, and unique to GTS ‘Turbine’ forged alloy wheel.
Updated choice of interior upholsteries now includes Softgrain Aniline Leather seats with double-piping pattern and new contrast stitching.
The upgraded vehicle lift raises the nose of the car in less than half the time of the GT system. Pricing is yet to be revealed, but expect an increase over the £165,230 starting price of the GT predecessor.
The new GTS available to order now for 2024 delivery.