McLaren 570S Goes Faster With New Track Pack Option

Posted: Dec 1 2016, 8:06am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

McLaren 570S Goes Faster With New Track Pack Option
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McLaren 570S Track Pack removes 55 pounds to add them at 150mph

McLaren 570S is a pretty sporty looking and performing car but the company has new things in mind to make it sportier than ever. The British supercar maker just had a though that better specs could be introduce in this already marvelous car.

This is the reason they have introduced the new Track Pack option for McLaren 570S. The core of this pack is to introduce lighter parts for the sports car to make it speedier. 

Each and every part of the car has been given an immense thought. The leather parts that are used inside are replaced by Alcantara.

Along with that the standard buckets will be removed in order to make space for the carbon fiver racing style units. As we all know that carbon fiber is lighter in nature thus it is excellent to use for a sporty car. 

The car has been given lighter wheels in this special sporty pack. The whole package and change of accessories will lead the car to have 55 pounds lesser than the original weight. This is a big change for sure if you take in consideration the weight to speed ratio of sports cars.

The rear wing that will be introduced in this version will be an excellent choice for one to have super car level speeds. This wing is 12 mm taller than the stock sample one. It also produced an extra 64 pounds of downforce at the speed of 150 miles per hour. 

Another with noted inclusion in this package is McLaren Track Telemetry system. This is an application that will record lap times, splits laps, run analysis of performance and sector time splits while the car is being driven, according to AutoBlog.

This version is supposed to come in a black theme. The pre orders of this pack has started.

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