3.1s, 204MPH 2016 McLaren 570S Is Official! 60-Image Reveal With Tech Specs

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The new McLaren 570S is official!  This most-affordable model is based on the same carbon-fiber chassis and twin-turbo engine as the P1 and 650S — yet promises to be priced below $200,000.

Massive power and pace comes from a 570-horsepower, 3.8-liter V6TT with 30 percent original parts versus the 650S. The 62-mph sprint is quoted as 3.2-seconds, which makes this new Macca down just 80 ponies and less than half a second from its big brothers in the 650 range.2016 McLaren 570S 17 2016 McLaren 570S 16 2016 McLaren 570S 15 2016 McLaren 570S 14 2016 McLaren 570S 13 2016 McLaren 570S 12 2016 McLaren 570S 11

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The design is clearly from the same family gene pool, but with enough fresh details to be exciting and interesting in its own right. The nose design features a hyper-scoop of twin splitters below a smiling painted surface area. This wing of a bumper points directly into the LED projector centers of the swoosh mark headlamps, and nicely sets the flow of the bodywork over the front fenders and into the butterfly doors.

The arcing LED accents in the top of the lamps are now twin pillars of light, supplemented by individual, 3D LED light sticks toward the center of the lamp. Pretty cool. These appear to be a foglamp or highbeam as well as the indicators.2016 McLaren 570S 28 2016 McLaren 570S 29 2016 McLaren 570S 26

New shaping for the hood and inner bumper element add a bit more linearity to the flow of the McLaren supercar aesthetic, but still far from the choppy lines Lambo is best known for delivering.

In profile, a new black-out element of the doors forms giant NACA ducts that are actually free-standing in the doors toward their rear edges. Another free-floating element are the new flying buttress rear pillars, which stand proud of the bodywork. This design lets the rear glass be just a hidden detail with most of the engine cover exposed and open.

Toward the back is where the design of the new 570S will really start the pulse running. A new pair of fiber-optic-type brake lamps form twin droplets of light chasing the shape of the bulging rear fenders. We like how the brake lights appear to glow sharply and in a 3D way versus simple bulb-dot LED designs. This is progress from even the Ultimate Series P1.2016 McLaren 570S 30 2016 McLaren 570S 25 2016 McLaren 570S 27 2016 McLaren 570S 20 2016 McLaren 570S 9

Inside, a new-shape carbon cell is far more comfort-oriented with lower sills making entry and exits far simpler. The cabin itself looks fantastic and leather-lined in a way that no other McLaren really is, so far.

Lastly, McLaren is not being coy about the new Sport Series offering: it will feature multiple body styles that are very likely to feature a targa roof option and a full Spider choice down the road.

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Mar 31, 2015

  • McLaren reveals first model in its Sports Series, the 570S Coupé
  • Brings McLaren exclusivity as well as pioneering, race-driven technologies to a new segment
  • Sports Series joins the Super Series and Ultimate Series to complete the three tier McLaren range being shown together for the first time in New York
  • A classic sports car with mid-engine rear-wheel drive layout and carbon fibre structure
  • ‘Shrinkwrapped’ design includes elegant flying buttresses to optimise aerodynamics and increase downforce
  • M838TE twin turbo V8 engine, featuring 30 percent new components, produces 570PS and 600Nm
  • Class leading power-to-weight ratio of 434PS per tonne gives breathtaking performance; 0-100km/h (62mph) in 3.2s; 0-200km/h (124 mph) in 9.5s
  • Global premiere at the New York International Auto Show on Stand 704, Level 3 at 14.55EST (19.55GMT), Wednesday 1 April 2015

McLaren has completed its three tier model strategy with the global reveal of the first in its Sports Series family: the McLaren 570S Coupé.  This pure sports car, with driver optimised layout and electrifying performance, shares its DNA with the McLaren Super Series and Ultimate Series that sit above it in the range hierarchy. The Sports Series introduces McLaren race-derived technologies and design values to a new segment and audience.

Like every McLaren, the performance of the 570S Coupé is breathtaking. It combines, as its names suggests, a power output of 570PS (562bhp) with light weight construction to give a class leading power-to-weight ratio of 434PS per tonne. The 570S accelerates from 0 to 100km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds, while 200 km/h (124 mph) is reached in just 9.5 seconds with the pace not letting up till the car reaches a top speed of 328 km/h (204mph).

The Coupé is the first bodystyle to be shown in the Sports Series, highlighting the latest evolution of the McLaren design philosophy.  The ‘shrinkwrapped’, aerodynamically-optimised form will be seen in public for the first time at the 115th New York International Auto Show. The McLaren design team has created a shape of beauty highlighted by details such as the rear flying buttresses that increase downforce as well as adding grace, and complex door tendons that direct additional air to cool the mid-mounted V8 engine.

The Sports Series features an evolution of the 3.8-litre V8 twin turbo engine, named M838TE, with 30 percent of components bespoke to the new model. Engineered by McLaren, it produces 570PS (562 bhp) at 7,400 rpm, and 600Nm (443 lb ft) of torque at 5,000-6,500 rpm. Power is delivered through a seven-speed SSG transmission, and transferred to the road through the rear wheels. This power is brought under control with standard-fit carbon ceramic brakes, fitted behind a newly designed range of forged alloy wheel options with P Zero™ Corsa tyres as standard from McLaren technical partner, Pirelli – 225/35/R19 on the front and 285/35/R20 on the rear.

The unique carbon fibre MonoCell II chassis has been newly designed with more of a focus on day-to-day usability, offering improved ingress and egress from the cabin. It is incredibly strong and stiff yet weighs less than 80kg, offering optimum levels of protection. This lightweight structure, and the use of aluminium body panels, contributes to a dry weight of as low as 1,313kg (2,895lbs), almost 150kg lighter than its closest competitor.

Minimised weight and a turbocharged engine doesn’t just bring great performance.  The 570S also delivers excellent fuel efficiency and emissions for car that is also a member of the 200mph club, with fuel economy of 25.5mpg on the EU combined cycle, and emissions of 258g/km.  For the US market, this means exemption from gas guzzler tax.2016 McLaren 570S 46 2016 McLaren 570S 51 2016 McLaren 570S 50 2016 McLaren 570S 49 2016 McLaren 570S 48 2016 McLaren 570S 47 2016 McLaren 570S 18 2016 McLaren 570S 19 2016 McLaren 570S 24 2016 McLaren 570S 23 2016 McLaren 570S 21 2016 McLaren 570S 22


The 570S shows an evolution in the design direction for McLaren, with the McLaren ‘face’ seen on models in the Super Series and Ultimate Series sharpened further. This unique and striking appearance has been designed by air, with a bespoke aerodynamic package including aero blades below the front bumper giving a purposeful stance while channelling clean, cold air through the lower leading edge of the bodywork. Large ultra bright LED headlamps, fitted as standard to all Sports Series models, flank a sculpted bonnet which channels airflow over the front wheelarches. The intricately designed dihedral doors, a McLaren design signature since the iconic F1, possess a three dimensional form including a ‘floating’ door tendon which houses a discreet door button. This unique feature divides the airflow, channelling it into the side intakes and underneath the flying buttresses. This architectural structure ensures drag is minimised along the profile of the 570S, while also optimising levels of cooling and downforce.

Flying buttresses at the rear of the teardrop-shaped glasshouse form part of the aero package, directing air over the shoulderline of the 570S and across the rear deck aiding heat evacuation from the exposed engine bay and increasing downforce. Super-formed aluminium rear fenders ensure clean air is delivered to the fixed rear spoiler, again maximising downforce. The rear of the car is clean and uncluttered, with LED light blade rear lamps which follow the form of the sculpted panels.  The rear of the vehicle features an aluminium mesh allowing effective heat evacuation as well as a view into the engine bay. This sits below a concave rear window, another signature Sports Series Coupé design cue.  The twin exhausts exit below the rear bumper, either side of a newly designed and highly intricate rear diffuser.

The Sports Series has its own newly-developed suspension system ensuring enhanced levels of driver engagement and refinement on both road and track. It uses independent adaptive dampers with front and rear anti-rollbars – distinct from the Super Series –  and dual wishbones, with the set up controlled by the familiar ‘Normal’, ‘Sport’ and ‘Track’ handling settings. In ‘Normal’ mode, the system provides a refined yet engaging ride, while the ‘Sport’ and ‘Track’ settings allow the 570S to become more track-focused when required.2016 McLaren 570S 4 2016 McLaren 570S 10 2016 McLaren 570S 9 2016 McLaren 570S 8 2016 McLaren 570S 7 2016 McLaren 570S 6 2016 McLaren 570S 5 2016 McLaren 570S 38 2016 McLaren 570S 37 2016 McLaren 570S 35 2016 McLaren 570S 36


Like every McLaren the cabin of the 570S has been designed around the driver, with a clear focus on engagement, visibility, functionality and more than any McLaren before it, day-to-day usability and space. 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. Intelligent and ergonomic design within the cabin provides extended stowage space, with the most usable space of any McLaren model to date. This adds to the 150 litres of storage in the front luggage bay.

The 570S is comprehensively equipped with a full 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 / SIRIUS satellite radio (depending on market), mounted on a ‘floating’ centre console. Despite the extensive specification list, weight-saving is still a key focus on the interior and the McLaren Audio four-speaker system ensures the optimal sound quality at the lowest possible weight.

With the Sports Series, an even greater variety of interior customisation is available with a variety of factory available 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 carefully selected colours and materials designed to best showcase the stylish cabin space and co-ordinate with each exterior paint colour. In addition to this, a McLaren Audio Plus 8-Speaker Upgrade System and bespoke Bowers & Wilkins 12-Speaker Premium Audio System with 1280W surround sound upgrade is also available for the ultimate audio experience.

Further details of the McLaren 570S will be confirmed following the global reveal, which will take place on Wednesday 1 April, 2015 at the New York International Auto Show. The McLaren Automotive press conference will start at 14.55 EST (19.55 GMT) on Stand 704, Level 3.



0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) 3.2 seconds
0-200 km/h (0-124 mph) 9.5 seconds
Top speed 328 km/h (204 mph)
Power-to-weight 434PS per tonne


Engine Configuration V8 Twin Turbo / 3799cc
Power 570PS (562 bhp) @ 7,400 rpm
Torque 600Nm (443 lb ft) @ 5,000-6,500 rpm
Transmission 7 Speed SSG
CO2 258 g/km
Economy 25.5 mpg 9.22 l/100 km (EU combined)


Dry weight 1,313 kg (2,895 lb) with lightweight options
Weight distribution 42 / 58
Length 4,530mm
Width 2,095mm
Height 1,202mm

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