Mclaren GTS

The GTS, formerly known as the GT, was launched on Tuesday by McLaren and features some significant improvements. With 630 Nm of torque, the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine produces 635 horsepower, which is 15 horsepower more than it did previously. New GTS are available to order now for 2024 delivery.

Michael Leiters, CEO, McLaren Automotive, said, “The new McLaren GTS offers an unmatched blend of McLaren driving dynamics and performance, with refinement and practicality.”

He further added, “When you want a true supercar driving experience, the GTS delivers that; when you want to relax on a longer journey or with luggage for a weekend away, the GTS is an ideal companion. This is a car that is true to McLaren’s racing DNA but with multiple layers of ability.” 

Mclaren GTS
Mclaren GTS
Mclaren GTS
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The car now weighs 10 kg less, increasing its power-to-weight ratio to 418 horsepower per tonne. The hydraulic power steering has been fine-tuned for improved maneuverability, and the optional nose-lift system has been adjusted for faster operation.

Smaller exterior modifications include a restyled front bumper with larger air intakes and rear vents for improved airflow. The interior of the GTS has been upgraded with leather seats, a 10.25-inch instrument display, and a Bowers & Wilkins sound system, in addition to new 10-spoke forged “Turbine” wheels. 

Although the GTS’s pricing in India has not yet been made official, it is expected to be marginally more expensive than the GT, which costs Rs 4.59 crore (ex-showroom). International rivals such as the Porsche 911 Turbo S and Bentley Continental GT V8 compete with the GTS.

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