A McLaren is never going to be a cheap, budget option - but the 570S was the lowest-priced McLaren by quite some margin when it launched, only undercut now by the 540C. With a £143,250 price tag, the 570S is cheaper than the 650S by more than £50,000, which is new territory for the brand - and opens it up to those who might otherwise have considered an Audi R8 or a Porsche 911 Turbo S. Consequently, it's a big deal for McLaren, with just as much sales potential as its rivals - and far more than the 650S.
The 570S uses the same 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 that serves throughout the McLaren line-up – right up to the £1.98m P1 GTR – although it has been modified extensively for this application.
Twin turbo, dry sump 32 valve, DOHC, VVT 8,500
570PS (562bhp) (419kW) @ 7500rpm
600 Nm (443lb ft) @5000-6500 rpm
7- speed Seamless Shift dual clutch Gearbox (SSG)
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