Here is some good news just before the start of the 2015 New York Auto Show, the British Supercar manufacturer Mclaren who still has not set foot on the Indian market yet is planning to launch their newest supercar at the Auto Show.

But here is the best part Bloomberg already has some fresh new images of the latest supercar which will join the big boy’s league soon. We have to admit that this new car which is christened the 570S looks mind-blowing! The 570S will also be the manufacturers cheapest offering for the market and expected price range will start from an estimated $180,000. Just like some other Mclaren offerings the 570S is also a mid engine rear wheel drive Coupe which is powered by a powerful V8 unit and this unit is expected to produce about 562hp of peak power which will help the car to sprint from 0-100 km/h mark in just 3.2 seconds unbelievably! This is even quicker than the Porsche 911 S.

The Mclaren 570S will have to face challenges from the recently introduced next generation Audi R8 and as already mentioned above the Porsche 911 Turbo. Styling wise the new offering from the 52 year old auto manufacturer is filled with curves, though what is worth mentioning is the fact that it has been built entirely on carbon fiber chassis and weighs only about 1270.06 Kilograms.

According to some official sources this also will be one practical supercar which you can be used daily. It has an impressive interior space and is extremely comfortable as well. The officials also predicted that this new product will help add some impressive numbers in their sales chart.

Meet Mclarens Cheapest Offering: The 570S
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Meet Mclarens Cheapest Offering: The 570S
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Meet Mclarens Cheapest Offering: The 570S
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Mclaren biggest market definitely is America which is followed by Asia and then Europe. So perhaps the day is not far when you can also get yourself behind the wheel of this beauty considering the rate of growth and progress we are seeing in our Indian luxury car market.

Image Source: Bloomberg

Riju Ganguly
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