The all-new hybrid supercar will sit between the GT and the 720S within the McLaren vary and its introduction will additional strengthen the corporate’s presence within the supercar sector.
The all-new, supercar would be the first McLaren constructed on a brand new carbon fibre construction
McLaren’s first series-production High-Performance Hybrid (HPH) supercar has entered the ultimate phases of its improvement and take a look at programmes, which incorporates working on public roads. The automobile can be launched within the first half of 2021 and this new supercar will open a brand new period of electrification for McLaren following the tip of manufacturing of its Sports Series vary.
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The all-new, supercar would be the first McLaren constructed on a brand new carbon fibre construction, christened McLaren Carbon Lightweight Architecture (MCLA). Optimised for High-Performance Hybrid powertrains and latest-generation driver applied sciences, the structure elevates McLaren’s pioneering light-weight chassis applied sciences to new heights, exploiting the corporate’s benefit in super-lightweight engineering – a profit that has its roots within the model’s motorsport origins.
Designed, developed and produced within the UK, the all-new versatile construction will underpin the following technology of McLaren hybrid supercars coming to market over the approaching years. The High-Performance Hybrid powertrain, options an all-new V6 inner combustion engine, and it’ll present a medium-range EV-only drive functionality.
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The all-new hybrid supercar will sit between the GT and the 720S within the McLaren vary and its introduction will additional strengthen the corporate’s presence within the supercar sector. The Sports Series designation – launched in 2015 with the launch of the 570S – ceases from the tip of this 12 months with the limited-run, GT4-inspired 620R the final mannequin produced.