McLaren 570S Model History
New and Used 570S Prices, McLaren 570S Model Years and History
All New and Used 570S Model Years and History
Debuting for the 2016 model year in the United States, the McLaren 570S represented new entry-level vehicle for the motorsport-inspired sports car builder. Boasting a price tag more than $90,000 less than the McLaren 650S, the reduced cost for the mid-engined 570S has not resulted in any major diminishing of high-class performance. Propelled by a detuned version of the twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V-8 engine used with the 650S, the 562-horsepower and 443 pound-feet influencing the McLaren 570S is channeled through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Acceleration times from 0 to 60 miles per hour in the supercar is rated at 3.1 seconds. Differing from the higher-priced McLaren model, the 570S supercar does not employ active aerodynamic components leaving the body in a traditional sport appearance. Unique front air dam and side ducts successfully define the McLaren 570S' style. Retained in a carbon fiber MonoCell II structure, the occupant compartment of the 570S features a TFT instrument cluster for the driver and a McLaren IRIS infotainment system for the passenger to ride in comfort. The addition to the hardtop model, an open-top Spider version of the McLaren 570S is expected for 2018. A power retractable hardtop incorporated on the 570S Spider is advertised to open or close in 15 seconds.