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McLaren reveals all-new 570S coupe

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McLaren has unveiled its all new 570S coupe, ahead of its global debut at the New York Motor Show this week.

The new model features a mid-mounted 562bhp 3.8-litre V8 twin-turbo engine, named M838TE, which is mated to a seven-speed SSG automatic gearbox. The 570S accelerates from 0 to 62mph in 3.2 seconds. Combined fuel economy is at 25.5mpg.

It uses independent adaptive dampers with front and rear anti-roll bars (distinct from the Super Series) and dual wishbones, with the set up controlled by ‘Normal’, ‘Sport’ and ‘Track’ handling settings. ‘Sport’ and ‘Track’ settings allow the 570S to become more track-focused when required.

As standard, the sports seats are leather upholstered – racing seats are optional – offering a high level of long distance comfort and support. The dashboard and steering wheel are also all leather trimmed. It also includes an infotainment system including an all-new TFT digital instrument cluster that changes configuration according to driving mode, a seven-inch IRIS touchscreen, now with integrated climate control functionality, Bluetooth connectivity and DAB digital, plus, McLaren Audio four-speaker system.

With the Sports Series, more variety of interior customisation is available, with Alcantara, nappa leather and carbon fibre options. In addition, McLaren designers have created a range of ‘By McLaren’ bespoke interior specifications, similar to those also available on the 675LT, teaming colours and materials designed to best showcase the cabin space and co-ordinate with each exterior paint colour. In addition to this, a McLaren Audio Plus eight-speaker upgrade system and bespoke Bowers and Wilkins 12-speaker premium audio system with 1280W surround sound upgrade is also available for the ultimate audio experience.

Further details will be revealed at the New York Motor Show, tomorrow. Check out our gallery of the model, here.



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