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VISIT OVERSTEER FOR MORE! http://autotradr.co/Oversteer The McLaren 570S costs $190,000 today -- but it's dropping in value fast. So will the "baby" McLaren become a good bargain in just a few years? I've reviewed the 570S to find out. FOLLOW ME! Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ddemuro Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dougdemuro Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/dougdemuro
Motor1 Managing Editor Brandon Turkus finds out if the McLaren 570GT’s optional Sport Package marries comfort, agility, and performance into a mid-engined 562-horsepower package that works on rough roads and in everyday conditions, as well as handles your favorite twisting road or track. Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motor1com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Motor1com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/motor1com/
The 570S coupe engages with a wider audience than McLaren has targeted before, but it serves up a treat at first asking. This car delivers the uncompromising driving experience that the Woking brand promises, moving forward with innovations in comfort and design, ensuring new buyers are afforded McLaren's legendary attention to detail. Read and watch the full review of the McLaren 570S here: https://www.money4yourmotors.com/car-reviews/11060/mclaren/mclaren-570s Find more McLaren reviews here: https://www.money4yourmotors.com/car-reviews/mclaren Subscribe to Money4yourMotors here: https://www.youtube.com/c/money4yourmotors?sub_confirmation=1 Why sell with Money4yourMotors.com? 1. We will buy your vehicle today! 2. We come to you! 3. We’ll pay you before we leave! Visit our site to get the best deal when selling your vehicle: https://www.money4yourmotors.com/we-will-buy-any-car Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Money4yourmotors Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/money4urmotors Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/money_4_your_motors/
Owning a supercar is a special kind of experience. It's the kind of car that gets attention everywhere you go, brings all kinds of emotions to its owner, and is the one you quickly grab the keys for on a sunny afternoon to attack your favorite twisty roads. McLaren certainly knows how to build the perfect supercar, just be prepared to shell out at least $212,000 for their latest hardtop convertible. The Porsche 911 may be more easier to live with, but the McLaren will bring far more attention and emotional drama to its owner.
The McLaren 570S is the sports car with a point to prove. After a super technical but ultimately boring looking start with the 12C, the new McLaren Automotive had to do something cool. And they did it with the the McLaren 570S. Twin-turbo V8, Rob Melville-penned looks and that carbon tub with innovative chassis tech sure got everyone to take notice.
McLaren 570S Successor Due In 2019, Will Feature Hybrid And Autonomous Tech.
A replacement to the McLaren 570S is set to arrive next year and it will include both hybrid and autonomous technology.
As part of the company’s ongoing Track22 strategy, a host of McLaren models will adopt hybridization in the coming years. The first in this new line of hybrids will be an all-new Sports Series models.
Speaking to Autocar, McLaren boss Mike Flewitt confirmed that the revised Monocell II architecture to be used by the next 570S has been designed for a hybrid powertrain from the outset.
“Hybrid design is part of the next platform – it is designed-in from day one rather than having to adapt an existing chassis”, he said.
As for the vehicle’s self-driving ability, Flewitt didn’t say much other than confirming that the brand will be careful with what kind of autonomous technology it will implement in its vehicles: “We will be selective. Autonomy in its own right isn’t that appealing to our customers, but we need to have capabilities designed in for safety, legislation and emissions.”
The McLaren 570S only arrived in 2015, but McLaren, unlike its rivals, has a 4 to 5 year lifecycle for its models. Before a successor to the 570S lands, it is possible that a hardcore LT variant could be launched as a swansong to Woking’s entry-level model.