The McLaren 570S configurator is up – with nearly 75 option choices, numerous wheels and a dozen interior pre-selections to help you part with $180,000 the fast way!
Super-fast, in fact. The configurator’s last step actually reveals a bit of unknown info: the giant MSO carbon-fiber pieces that go way above and beyond the standard 20 exterior CF choices.
These three choices are a full carbon-fiber nose, full CF rear and exposed weave for the roof panel as well. These autoclaved CF upgrades are such gigantic pieces of the material, they are bound to reduce mass versus the standard alloy panel-work.
Let’s break the configurator into sections: including the variables for each.
But first: the result of all this #BlackSwanMoments teaser momentum: a beautiful black swan in the McLaren wind tunnel.
2016 McLaren 570S
McLAREN SPORTS SERIES ENTERS PRE-PRODUCTION PHASE AHEAD OF GLOBAL LAUNCH
- Most attainable McLaren model range commences final stage ahead of full production
- Pre-production phase will ensure the highest levels of quality for the first model to join the Sports Series family: the 570S Coupe
- Short video showing the Sports Series testing in extreme conditions can be viewed and embedded at: www.youtube.com/McLarenAutomotiveTV
WOKING, England (August 13, 2015) – The countdown to the launch this autumn of the most attainable McLaren road car project yet, the Sports Series, continues with the start of the pre-production phase within the state-of-the-art McLaren Production Centre in Woking, England. This milestone marks the final stage in the development program ahead of the global roll-out of the 570S Coupe; the first model to be launched in the McLaren Sports Series family. A short video documenting some of the stages of testing to date of the newest model in the McLaren range can be viewed at: www.youtube.com/McLarenAutomotiveTV.
Up to this point through the development program, the Sports Series has covered in excess of 300,000 testing miles. These have been on a mixture of race circuits and roads, in some of the harshest conditions around the world including the extreme heat of the Arizona and Nevada summer, the Arctic conditions common of northern Sweden in the winter and, of course, the changeable British weather.