McLaren 570S Sprint Will Make Global Debut At 2016 Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Posted: Jun 23 2016, 12:46pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


McLaren 570S Sprint will Make Global Debut at 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed
  • Goodwood Festival to showcase McLaren 570S Sprint

McLaren 570S Sprint will make its worldwide debut in this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Goodwood Festival of speed which is going to happen this week is a big event of the season. This season many great names of different vehicles will be showcased in the different stages of this event. A new car which in this case is a new McLaren will be introduced in the event too. 

The new McLaren 570S Sprint is going to make its debut in this event. This car will be on public display in the event with McLaren P1, GTR, 570S Coupe, 675LT Coupe and 650S Can-Am.

The 675LT Coupe recently set the record of fastest time for track on BBC Top Gear. A good thing for McLaren’s guests is that this car will be on private display who will be invited by the company itself.

This car McLaren 570S Sprint, is regarded as one of the most track focused car built in the McLaren Sports line up. It will allow the racers to enjoy most speed without the distraction of any other thing. The torque level of this super car is optimized to get the best drive for driver. 

The McLaren 570S Sprint has a carbon fiber chassis which actually is a MonoCell II Chassis. The noise has been reduced to many folds in the car as well. It will have a 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 engine. It supports seven speed SSG transmission.

The cooling is being done in the 570S Sprint through the front center GT3 inspired radiator which is best suited for high temperatures. It has an air piercing front bumper. It helps with aerodynamics and separates air flow from above, below and through car’s body. 

Central locking, magnesium wheel sod, air jacketing system and racing harness are one of the few major features of this car. 

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