From the sexy Nissan Maxima to the lightweight and powerful Porsche Boxster Spyder, the 2015 New York Auto hosted debuts for many outstanding vehicles. The event was of great importance for automakers the world over, but seemingly it’s McLaren that made the most of it by opening a new chapter in its short history as a road-car manufacturer. This new chapter kicked off with the 570S Coupe, which marks many first for the British company. It’s not just the brand’s smallest sports car yet, but also the most affordable, bringing McLaren’s race-bred technology to a wider audience. What’s more, it might just be strongest competitor the Porsche 911 Turbo has had in years.