This mid-engined sports car has as much trunk space as a sedan

In a somewhat surprising move, McLaren announced plans to build a mid-engined grand tourer that’s more powerful and more practical than the 570GT. Design as a stand-alone nameplate offered alongside the Sports, Super, and Ultimate Series models, the mid-engined grand tourer was just unveiled as the McLaren GT. The British firm says that the GT will redefine the rules of grand touring. But is it more than just fancy PR talk? Let’s find out!

The McLaren GT looks unique yet familiar

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The GT's design borrows heavily from other McLaren vehicles, including the 720S and even the Senna

Despite the GT badge, this McLaren looks very familiar. That’s because it borrows heavily from other McLaren vehicles, including the 720S and even the Senna. The front fascia reminds me of the 720S, as it has the same pointy nose and a similar bumper. But the GT’s apron isn’t as aggressive, featuring a smaller splitter, a revised center vent, and side intakes pushed farther toward the wheels, like on a more conventional car. The headlamps are thinner and share their design with the 570GT.

From the sides, the GT is boasts big vents in the rear fenders, just like the Senna, but the side skirts have a unique design with a character line that ascends toward the back. The rear fenders are decidedly more muscular than other McLaren, a traditional feature for grand tourers. The GT is also longer than any McLaren in the Sports and Super Series. At over 180 inches long, the GT is at least three inches longer than the 570S and at least two inches longer than the 720S. Granted, it’s not much, but the extra inches make the GT the third longest McLaren, after the Speedtail and Senna.

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Underbody clearance is rated at 5.1 inches with vehicle lift, which is very similar to sedans

The rear fascia looks rather conventional when compared to other McLaren’s. There a big integrated spoiler at the top, while the extremely thin taillights are integrated into a fine mesh that stretches the entire width of the car. The rear bumper is definitely sporty, but it no longer has that race-inspired look with the big diffuser and center-mounted exhaust pipes. The layout is much simpler, with vents on the sides, a pair of exhaust pipes pushed farther apart than usual, and a mild diffuser with small vertical slats.

The 10-degree approach angle at the front is yet another feature that sets the GT apart from other McLaren’s. The angle increases to 13 degrees when the car’s lift mode is engaged. The GT also rides higher than any other McLaren. Underbody clearance is rated at 4.3 inches in standard setup and 5.1 inches with vehicle lift, which is very similar to sedans. You’ll no longer have to worry about running over those pesky speed bumps in the city.

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2020 McLaren GT dimensions
Length, mm (inches) 4,683 (184.4)
Wheelbase, mm (inches) 2,675 (105.3)
Height, mm (inches) 1,213 (47.8)
Width, with mirrors, mm (inches) 2,095 (82.5)
Width, mirrors folded, mm (inches) 2,045 (80.5)
Track (to contact patch centre), mm (inches) Front: 1,671 (65.8); Rear: 1,663 (65.5)
Lightest dry weight, kg (lbs) 1,466 (3,232)
DIN Kerb weight [fluids + 90% fuel], kg (lbs) 1,530 (3,373)
US Curb weight [fluids + 100% fuel] lbs (kg) 3,384 (1,535)
Weight distribution (% Front/Rear) 42.5/57.5
Fuel tank capacity, litres (UK/USA gallons) 72 (15.8/19)
Luggage capacity, litres 570 (Front: 150; Rear: 420)

The McLaren GT’s interior is a brand-new concept

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it's pretty obvious that McLaren wanted the GT's interior to look more like a traditional grant tourer

Ever since it rolled out the F1, McLaren designed its car interiors with clean, simple lines, and driver-oriented features. The GT is no exception from this rule, but it’s not as aggressive as the 720S and the Senna. Looking at the simple dashboard and the minimal center stack, it’s pretty obvious that McLaren wanted the GT’s interior to look more like a traditional grand tourer rather than a full-fledged sports car. And this is a good thing, as it places the GT in a league of its own.

As a grand tourer, the GT is packed with luxury features. Nappa leather trim comes standard, but you can order soft-grain luxury leather or Alcantara. The GT is also the first production vehicle to offer cashmere upholstery, which will become available toward the end of 2019. The soft materials are complemented by machined and knurled aluminum switches and controls, steering wheel gearshift paddles, and gloss-black trim. The Bowers & Wilkins audio system features carbon-fiber subwoofers and Kevlar mid-range drive units, items you can’t order with other production cars.

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The seats were designed specifically for the GT with more comfort in mind.

They’re electrically adjustable and heated, as well as optimized for long-distance comfort with enhanced shoulder and back support. The infotainment system is unique, as well. Accessible through a vertical seven-inch display, it features the latest Here navigation mapping, real-time traffic information, and voice activation. The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster features aircraft-inspired graphics.

The McLaren GT has plenty of luggage room

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The GT has more luggage room than a Hyundai Sonata and almost as much as a Toyota Camry

McLaren modified its MonoCell II monocoque to include a carbon-fiber rear upper structure that creates storage room above the mid-mounted engine and below the front-hinged tailgate. This space can hold 14.8 cubic feet of luggage, which can include a golf bag or two pairs of skis. That’s more luggage room than a Hyundai Sonata and almost as much as a Toyota Camry. The McLaren GT falls short by only one cubic foot compared to sedans like the Chevrolet Malibu, Honda Accord, and Kia Optima. This compartment is covered in SuperFabric, a woven fabric infused with a layer of tiny armored guard plates for increased resistance to stains, cuts, nicks, and abrasions.

Compared to the McLaren 570GT, the GT offers an extra seven cubic feet of space.

A further 5.3 cubic feet of storage room is available under the front hood, which means that the McLaren GT can accommodate a total of 20.1 cubic feet. The front trunk is identical to the 570GT, which can also hold 5.3 cubic feet of luggage. That’s as much as the Ford Taurus, but the fact that it’s split into two trunks doesn’t make it as useful. Still, it’s notably more than the competition.

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The McLaren GT is lightweight and powerful

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The twin-turbo mill generates 612 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of twist

Thanks to McLaren’s carbon-fiber structure, the McLaren GT tips the scales at only 3,232 pounds. This weight makes it more than 286 pounds lighter than its closest core competitor, but McLaren doesn’t mention a specific car. For reference, the GT is almost 100 pounds lighter than the Ferrari 812 Superfast, a front-engined grand tourer. At the same time, it’s almost 400 pounds heavier than the 720S.

The good news is that the McLaren GT hides a powerful 4.0-liter V-8 under the hood. The twin-turbo mill generates 612 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of twist. It’s not as powerful as the 720S, which cranks out an extra 98 horsepower and 103 pound-feet, but it delivers more than the 570GT. Specifically, the GT benefits from an extra 50 horsepower and 22 pound-feet of torque. The unit mates to the company’s already familiar seven-speed SSG automatic transmission.

2020 McLaren GT drivetrain specifications
Engine configuration M840TE engine, 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, 3,994cc
Drivetrain layout Longitudinal mid-engined, RWD
Power PS (bhp/kW) @ rpm 620 (612/456) @ 7,500rpm
Torque Nm (lb ft) @ rpm 630 (465) @ 5,500-6,500rpm
Transmission 7 Speed+reverse SSG. Comfort, Sport and Track modes
Steering Electro-hydraulic; power-assisted
Chassis Carbon fibre MonoCell II-T monocoque, with carbon fibre rear upper structure and aluminium crash structures front and rear
Suspension Double aluminium wishbone; independent adaptive dampers with Proactive Damping Control. Comfort, Sport and Track modes
Brakes Cast iron discs (367mm front; 354mm rear) and calipers (4-piston front & rear); Carbon ceramic discs with forged aluminium calipers optional
Wheels (inches) Front: 8J x 20; Rear: 10.5J x 21
Tyres Pirelli P ZERO™ Front: 225/35/R20; Rear: 295/30/R21
0-97km/h (0-60mph) 3.1 seconds
0-100km/h (0-62mph) 3.2 seconds
0-200km/h (0-124mph) 9.0 seconds
Maximum speed 326km/h (203mph)
200-0km/h (124mph–0) braking, metres (ft) 127.0 (417)
100–0km/h (62mph–0) braking, metres (ft) 32.0 (105)
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The sprint to 60 mph takes 3.1 seconds, four tenths slower than the 720S

The GT is quick too. The sprint to 60 mph takes 3.1 seconds, four tenths slower than the 720S, but two tenths quicker than the 570GT. Its top speed is rated at 203 mph, one mph slower than the 570GT.

But while it might not be as quick as McLaren’s finest, the GT stands out as a full-fledged grand tourer when it comes to ride and handling. The suspension, steering, and brakes were designed specifically for this car and optimized to provide a grand tourer-like driving experience. In short, McLaren says it’s the most comfortable car it has built so far. Highlights include an aluminum suspension system, hydraulic dampers, and optimized software from the 720S.

McLaren GT vs. McLaren 720S vs. McLaren 570GT
McLaren GT McLaren 720S McLaren 570GT
Engine configuration 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, 3,994cc 4.0-litre twin-turbo V-8 V8 Twin Turbo
Power PS (bhp/kW) @ rpm 612 HP @ 7,500 RPM 710 HP @ 7,500 RPM 562 HP @ 7,500 RPM
Torque Nm (lb ft) @ rpm 465 LB-FT @ 5,500-6,500 RPM 568 LB-FT @ 5,500 RPM 443 LB-FT @ 5,000-6,500 RPM
Transmission 7 Speed+reverse SSG 7 Speed SSG 7 Speed SSG
0-100km/h (0-62mph) 3.2 seconds 2.8 seconds 3.4 seconds
0-200km/h (0-124mph) 9.0 seconds 7.8 seconds 9.8 seconds
Maximum speed 326km/h (203mph) 212 mph 204 mph

The McLaren GT is a bit more affordable than other McLarens

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The McLaren GT comes in at $210,000 in the United States. And that’s notably less than I expected this car to be. My predictions placed the GT at over $300,000, but it turns out that this grand tourer is only a tad more expensive than the 570GT, which retails from $200,000. Compared to the Speedtail, which starts from more than $2 million, the McLaren GT is a bargain.

Further reading

The McLaren GT Takes the Grand Touring Philosophy to a Whole New Level
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Read our full review on the 2020 McLaren GT.

2018 McLaren 720S High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the 2018 McLaren 720S.

2017 McLaren 570GT High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the McLaren 570GT.

2019 McLaren 720S Spider Exterior Interior
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Read our full review on the 2019 McLaren 720S Spider

McLaren redefines the rules of Grand Touring with a unique new car for a new McLaren audience
New McLaren GT delivers classic Grand Tourer attributes of competition levels of performance and continent-crossing capability, yet is lighter, faster, more engaging and more usable
The first true McLaren Grand Tourer in the McLaren product family, alongside existing Sports, Super and Ultimate Series
Shares McLaren Speedtail DNA, with beautiful lightweight body and innovative, luxurious, high quality materials throughout
Outstanding ride comfort and segment-leading cabin refinement
Total stowage capacity of 20.1cubic feet with rear luggage bay accessed via front-hinged, full-length glazed rear tailgate, available electrically powered; room for bags as well as golf clubs or skis
New infotainment system is McLaren’s most sophisticated to date; features industry-standard HERE® navigation mapping and real-time traffic information
New Proactive Damping Control suspension system provides remarkable levels of comfort; combines with hydraulic steering system to deliver renowned McLaren driving dynamics
Braking and steering at lower speeds optimized for everyday ease of use; ride height and ground clearances engineered for urban usability
Carbon fibre structure and aluminum body panels underpin 399bhp-per-ton power-to-weight ratio; new 612bhp 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged McLaren V8 with 465lb ft of torque and broad, flat torque curve to ensure seamless, relentless acceleration
True supercar performance for the Grand Touring segment: 124mph in 9.0 seconds and a top speed of 203mph
The fourth new model introduced in the McLaren Track25 business plan announced last year
Order now for delivery towards the end of 2019; priced from $210,000 (USD)
McLaren Automotive today reveals its unique interpretation of a modern Grand Tourer: the new McLaren GT. Sleek, elegant and muscular, the superlight new GT challenges the conventions of the Grand Tourer category with a compelling blend of beautiful design, high-quality innovative materials, true supercar performance and McLaren driving dynamics and engagement.

“The new McLaren GT combines competition levels of performance with continent-crossing capability, wrapped in a beautiful body and true to McLaren’s ethos of designing superlight cars with a clear weight advantage over rivals. Designed for distance, it provides the comfort and space expected of a Grand Tourer, but with a level of agility never experienced before in this segment. In short, this is a car that redefines the notion of a Grand Tourer in a way that only a McLaren could.”
Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Automotive

Positioned alongside the established Sports, Super and Ultimate Series families, this is a new McLaren for a new audience and provides an alternative to existing products in an expanding market segment. In re-imagining the spirit of traditional Grand Touring – long distance driving in comfort, at higher speeds and with room for luggage – McLaren has also redefined the modern GT ownership experience with a car that is lighter, faster and more engaging than existing products in the segment, with greater space, comfort and usability.

Like all McLarens, the new GT has a carbon fibre structure that possesses exceptional strength and rigidity, while enabling unparalleled driving dynamics and lightest-in-class kerbweight. At 3,232lbs (DIN), the McLaren GT is more than 286lbs lighter than its closest core competitor and literally hundreds of pounds less than other cars in the segment. With 612bhp from its 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, the power-to-weight ratio of the superlight new McLaren GT is a remarkable 399bhp-per-ton.

The bespoke MonoCell II-T monocoque – the T denoting ‘Touring’ – incorporates a carbon fibre rear upper structure that adds minimal weight but allows the creation of a 14.8 cubic feet luggage area below the front-hinged, full-length glazed tailgate. The tailgate has a soft-close function as standard and can be optioned as electrically powered.

The low height of the engine and positioning of the exhaust system has allowed the volume, shape and usability of the luggage bay to be optimized. A golf bag or two pairs of 185cm skis and boots as well as luggage can be carried with ease, while a further 5.3 cubic feet of storage at the front means the new McLaren GT can accommodate a total of 20.1 cubic feet.

The strength of the carbon fibre core structure means that glazed C-pillars and rear-quarter windows can be incorporated into the design, enhancing rearward vision and bringing still more light into an inherently spacious and uncluttered cabin. Dihedral doors that swing upwards to expose a wide opening and low sill.

The interior is a cosseting space designed to delight on longer journeys, but with all the essentials for focused, high performance driving; the seating position, location of controls and forward visibility are as important here as they are in any McLaren. The streamlined, electrically adjusted and heated seats, which are unique to the McLaren GT, have been engineered to meet the requirements of Grand Touring, being optimized for long-distance comfort, with the perfect amount of padding and shoulder and back support in combination with superb lateral control.

Technology and modern craftsmanship share equal prominence the new McLaren GT, with the finest high-quality materials complemented by features such as the most sophisticated McLaren infotainment system to date; hidden-until-lit ambient lighting and the option of an electrochromic glazed panel in lieu of the standard carbon fibre composite gloss black roof, darkening or lightening at the touch of a button. Machined and knurled aluminum switches and controls – including the steering wheel-mounted gearshift paddles – contrast with gloss black surrounds for the infotainment screen, window switches, gear-selection console and air vent housings. A 12-speaker, Bowers & Wilkins premium audio system featuring carbon fibre sub-bass woofers and Kevlar mid-range drive units, is available.

The Nappa leather trim that features as standard can be upgraded to softgrain luxury leather or Alcantara®, depending on which vehicle specification is chosen. Cashmere will become available as an additional choice towards the end of 2019 – the first time that this exclusive material has been used in a production vehicle. SuperFabric® trim for the rear luggage bay is another option, the innovative woven fabric that is infused with a layer of tiny armored guard plates providing increased resistance to stains, cuts, nicks and abrasions, as well as being breathable, easy to clean and quick to dry.

The infotainment system developed for the new McLaren GT is the company’s most sophisticated to date. Among the fastest-operating in any car, it also features industry-standard HERE® navigation mapping and real-time traffic information. The driver interface operates in a similar way to a smartphone and the seven-inch central touchscreen is used to select from vehicle functions such as satellite navigation, Bluetooth telephony, media streaming and voice activation. DAB digital radio (or Sirius satellite radio in North America) is standard. Heating and ventilation controls are also incorporated into the touchscreen, ensuring ease of use and reducing the overall number of switches and controls. Dual-zone climate control and air conditioning are standard, with the system allowing fully automatic and independent settings for both the driver and passenger.

Ahead of the driver and providing key vehicle information is a 12.3” TFT screen. The instrument graphics are like those seen on aircraft, the aeronautical influences delivering clear, crisp displays that are easy to read. In addition to vehicle speed, gear selection and engine revs, the instrument cluster can also display turn-by-turn navigation, phone calls, chosen audio output and tire temperatures and pressures. When a reversing camera has been specified, the image behind the vehicle is displayed when reverse gear is selected, which keeps the driver’s eyeline as high as possible.

As befits a Grand Tourer, ambient refinement was a priority for the new McLaren GT from the outset. Unique engine mounts that are half the stiffness of those in the track-focused McLaren 600LT help to minimize structure-borne noise, while low-frequency sounds emitting from the carbon fibre structure are reduced rather than amplified into the cabin in the way that they are in the McLaren Senna; in Comfort mode, the new McLaren GT is the most refined McLaren ever.

Creating a new type of McLaren – and the first true Grand Tourer from the brand – saw the McLaren design team embracing the visual history of Grand Touring cars while remaining true to the philosophies that underpin all McLaren design. The long, elegant exterior lines that are widely recognized as Grand Tourer design cues are executed in the new McLaren GT according to the aerodynamic principles that define every McLaren. The muscular rear fenders – another design trait commonplace in Grand Touring history – are an example of the form of every McLaren being true to its function, incorporating here the air intakes for the high-temperature radiators that cool the engine.

At over 15 feet, the new McLaren is longer than any of the cars in the McLaren Sports or Super Series. The front and rear overhangs extend further than is traditional for McLaren, but the 10-degree approach angle at the front (13-degree with vehicle lift engaged) means the new McLaren GT can cope with the most aggressive traffic calming measures. In combination with underbody clearance of 4.3in (5.1in with vehicle lift) this ensures the car is eminently usable in all urban situations; not only is it competitive with all rivals, but in ‘lift’ mode it is the equal of mainstream sedans.

“The new McLaren GT combines McLaren’s design philosophies with classic Grand Tourer visual cues. Bold, elegant volumes flow seamlessly from nose to tail, encapsulating the beautifully crafted cabin. The sophisticated, sculpted body expresses both the power of the car and its ability to cosset occupants during long-distance driving. The teardrop shape of the cabin, which stretches back to encompass the rear luggage area, follows the aerodynamic principles inherent in all McLarens, while the muscular rear fenders that form the side intakes for the high-temperature radiators are an example of how we merge both beauty and functionality to create breath-taking authentic designs. The new McLaren GT clearly stands out both as a new type of McLaren and a cutting-edge interpretation of a Grand Tourer for a new era.”
Rob Melville, Design Director, McLaren Automotive

The width and stance of the new McLaren GT are emphasized at the front by the signature ‘hammerhead line’ that runs horizontally across the nose and draws the eye out to the sides of the vehicle. At the rear, an integrated fixed rear wing, large diffuser and substantial exhaust tailpipes are reminders that this is a Grand Tourer with supercar performance.

The source of that performance is a new, 612bhp PS 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged engine, designated M840TE. Further expanding the family of McLaren V8 engines, it is bespoke to the new McLaren GT and has the immense power and torque and superior exhaust sound quality that are the hallmarks of a true Grand Tourer. Torque of 465lb ft is produced between 5,500rpm and 6,500rpm, with more than 95% of this available from 3,000rpm to 7,250rpm. The new engine is mated to a 7-speed SSG transmission to deliver linear, seamless and relentless acceleration.

The performance statistics* speak for themselves: with a launch control function optimizing acceleration from a standing start, 0-60mph in 3.1 seconds, 0-124mph is dispatched in 9.0 seconds. The maximum speed of the McLaren GT is 203mph.

Another defining element of the new McLaren GT – and arguably what will cement its position as the new segment leader – is its dynamic prowess. The suspension, steering and brakes are all bespoke to the car and optimized to provide an outstanding Grand Touring driving experience, with inherent balance, responsiveness and precision, yet better ride comfort, than any other McLaren.

The suspension is a lightweight aluminum, double wishbone design, paired in the new McLaren GT with hydraulic dampers to deliver Proactive Damping Control. Governed by the most sophisticated iteration yet of the pioneering Optimal Control Theory software algorithm developed for the 720S, the suspension uses inputs from sensors to ‘read’ the road, interpreting what will likely happen next and reacting predictively in just two milliseconds. Overall, body movement is tailored for occupant comfort and vertical load and contact patch variation are optimized to enhance grip levels, but each of the three active dynamics handling modes – Comfort, Sport and Track – has its own distinct set of parameters to reflect the selected preference, for example, a particularly compliant ride in Comfort mode.

Driving precision and enjoyment is further enhanced in new McLaren GT by hydraulic steering, which uses a single software ‘map’ across Comfort, Sport and Track modes to deliver optimal feel and response. Reflecting the requirements of the new McLaren GT, it also provides increased assistance at low speeds to aid urban driving and parking, without loss of rewarding feedback at higher speeds.

Just as the steering response more than meets expectations across the wide range of Grand Touring driving styles, so too do the tires and brakes. McLaren and its technical partner, Pirelli, have developed a bespoke P ZERO™ tire for the new McLaren GT that meets the demands of high-performance driving and comfort and refinement in equal measure. The 21-inch alloy rear wheels, which are the largest ever fitted to a McLaren, are paired with 20-inch at the front and available in 7- or 15-spoke designs.

The high-performance braking system has also been designed to deliver across the full range of requirements, from precise pedal feel and hard deceleration when driving at higher speeds to usability and comfort at lower speeds or when holding the vehicle in traffic, where less pedal effort is preferable.

“The new McLaren GT delivers the dynamic performance and driving exhilaration expected of a McLaren but is also an exceptionally refined vehicle. We’re particularly proud of the Proactive Damping Control suspension, which utilizes the next generation of our pioneering Optimal Control Theory to deliver levels of ride comfort that better all previous McLarens. Overall, the breadth of ability demonstrated by the new McLaren GT – especially its everyday usability – is truly remarkable.”
Darren Goddard, McLaren GT Vehicle Line Director, McLaren Automotive

The new McLaren GT is available to order now with a starting MSRP of $210,000 (USD) from McLaren retailers worldwide, with customer deliveries commencing towards the end of 2019.

Further information about the new McLaren GT, including detail of the different levels of specification,

the range of colors and interior trim choices and the options available – including components developed by McLaren Special Operations – can be found here: cars.mclaren.com/new-mclaren-gt.

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The new McLaren GT technical specification

Engine configuration

M840TE engine, 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, 3,994cc

Drivetrain layout

Longitudinal mid-engined, RWD

Power bhp/kW @ rpm

612/456 @ 7,500rpm

Torque lb ft @ rpm

465 @ 5,500-6,500rpm

Transmission

7 Speed+reverse SSG. Comfort, Sport and Track modes

Steering

Electro-hydraulic; power-assisted

Chassis

Carbon fibre MonoCell II-T monocoque, with carbon fibre rear upper structure and aluminum crash structures front and rear

Suspension

Double aluminum wishbone; independent adaptive dampers with Proactive Damping Control.

Comfort, Sport and Track modes

Brakes

Cast iron discs (367mm front; 354mm rear) and calipers (4-piston front & rear); Carbon ceramic discs with forged aluminum calipers optional

Wheels (inches)

Front: 8J x 20; Rear: 10.5J x 21

Tires

Pirelli P ZERO™ Front: 225/35/R20; Rear: 295/30/R21

Length, inches

184.4

Wheelbase, inches

105.3

Height, mm inches

47.8

Width, with mirrors, inches

82.5

Width, mirrors folded, inches

80.5

Track (to contact patch center), inches

Front: 65.8; Rear: 65.5

Lightest dry weight, lbs

3,232

DIN Kerb weight [fluids + 90% fuel], lbs

3,373

US Curb weight [fluids + 100% fuel] lbs

3,384

Weight distribution (% Front/Rear)

42.5/57.5

Fuel tank capacity, USA gallons

19

Luggage capacity, cubic feet

20.1 (Front: 5.3; Rear: 14.8)

Performance data

0-60mph

3.1 seconds

0-62mph

3.2 seconds

0-124mph

9.0 seconds

Maximum speed

203mph

124mph–0 braking, ft

417

62mph–0 braking, ft

105

Efficiency

Grand Touring range (US EPA)

399 miles*

Fuel consumption, US mpg*

City

15*

Highway

21*

Combined

17*

*subject to confirmation

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