The glass-paneled hatchback will be officially revealed at the Geneva Motor Show 2016.
The details of the glass-paneled, 'hatchback' version of McLaren's mad 570S super-coupe are here. The McLaren 570GT is a simple hatchback version of the McLaren Sports Series.
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In addition it has a glass panel at the back resulting in more space for luggage. According to McLaren, the 570S coupe is the most luxurious and refined McLaren model to date.
Some company insiders have even revealed it will be McLaren’s highest volume model in 2017. The 570S super-coupe will rival cars in the Sports Series family, such as the Porsche 911 Turbo.
The 570S has 350 litres of storage between the rear hatch and the existing front storage space. It makes the hatchback spacious enough to extend potential trips. In the hatchback the roofline has been lengthened.
The glass back of the super-coupe is placed inside a carbon-fibre frame. The glass back is also side-hinged, opening on different sides for left-hand drive and right-hand drive. It also makes it easier to load the McLaren.
The 570S super coupe has a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine. It means a 419kW power output from McLaren along with 600Nm of torque. The 570S also boasts a seven-speed twin-clutch. The overall vehicle weighs about 1350kg ‘dry’ due to the shift to iron brake discs.
The 570S has been developed with a fine-tuning suspension and steering systems for long distance comfort. Additionally the 570S has P Zero tyres developed with technical partner Pirelli.
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The 570S also has the Pirelli Noise Cancelling System (PNCS) for a more refined ride. In the UK the 570S super-coupe is priced at £154,000.