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570S-For The Thrill
It’s the ultimate sports car experience. Completely driver-centric and performance oriented, the 570S Coupé is equally at home on the track as it is on the open road. With the lightest weight in its class and the highest power to weight ratio, it delivers super car punch and thrills that would shame many more expensive rivals.
Dramatic and thrilling, the stunning exterior design works in complete harmony with the quest for aerodynamic perfection. The shrink-wrapped aluminium body panels and teardrop-shaped cockpit of the 570S Coupé reduce drag resistance. A range of striking exterior colours, four alloy wheel designs and an array of personalisation options result is a sports car that looks as thrilling as it is to drive.
The low stance and sleek, contoured nose declares power and dynamism. It’s a look that’s as functional as it is thrilling. Mounting the engine behind the driver for exceptional dynamics allows the front of the Sports Series to be extremely low-slung, ensuring reduced drag resistance and optimised driver visibility. Plus the enlarged air intakes optimise cooling, while the high-intensity all-LED headlights echo the McLaren Speedmark.
Accelerate from standstill and the McLaren 570S Coupe will reach 100km/h (62mph) in just 3.2 seconds and get to 200km/h (124mph) in a staggering 9.5 seconds. But it’s the way it makes you feel as it delivers those figures that’s so crucial. It immerses you in the experience, connects you to the road and engages your senses completely.
The all-aluminium twin-turbocharged engine is mounted extremely low in the chassis for enhanced agility. Torque is served progressively over an incredibly broad powerband, encouraging the driver to use all 8500rpm. A stop-start system seamlessly shuts down the engine when stationary, improving efficiency and refinement.
An elegant, uncluttered interior architecture features the finest hand-stitched leather, satin-chrome highlights and a ‘floating’ centre console. An advanced TFT instrument display offers crisp LCD graphics configured in line with adaptive driving modes. No other sports car offers such an intoxicating combination of sophistication and race-bred technology.
Our wide choice of colours, designs and leathers allows you to find your ideal interior look – from super racy to highly luxurious. Additionally, we have a selection of 10 exclusively tailored By McLaren designer interiors, all featuring bespoke materials and colour palettes. And for the ultimate in personal specification, contact McLaren Special Operations (MSO), who can colour-match anything you like.
|Bore/Stroke||3.7″ x 2.8″|
|Fuel tank capacity||19.0 gal.|
|Engine||3.8 L V8|
|Compression Ratio||8.70 to 1|
|Maximum Power||570PS (562bhp) (419kW) @ 7500rpm|
|Maximum torque||600 Nm (443lb ft) @5000 rpm|
|Maximum revs||8,500 rpm|
|Passenger volume||49 cu ft|
|Cargo volume||5 cu ft|
|Curb weight||3189 lb|
Ferrari of Greenwich
342 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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