McLaren 570GT Model History
All New and Used 570GT Model Years and History
Modifying the design of the recently released 570S, the McLaren 570GT's introduction for the 2017 model year provides additional practicality to the British sports car builder's entry-level vehicle. A mid-engined, two-passenger sports car, the key design characteristic for the 570GT is an emphasized by a glass hatch. Resulting in a longer greenhouse appearance than the 570S, the longer glass section is created for increased cargo capacity. Accessible through the glass hatch or inside by folding the front seats, a 220-liter (7.76-cubic foot) capacity touring deck combines with the 5.3 cubic feet front cargo space. The expanded storage capacity allows McLaren performance to be enjoyed through everyday driving. Special McLaren luggage is available for the 570GT supercar meant to purposely fit the cargo area. Between the windshield and the glass hatch, the McLaren 570GT has into incorporated a panoramic roof. Natural light beaming through the transparent roof of the 570GT greatly accentuates the high-luxury interior with power adjustable seats and steering wheel. Beyond the hatch, a longer lip rear spoiler provides greater stability and downforce. McLaren's twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V-8 engine churning 562 horsepower delivers enough performance through to the rear wheels of the 570GT to propel the supercar towards a 204-mile per hour top speed.