Exotic Car Of The Week - 010
This week in our Exotic Car Of The Week series we take a look at the slick and slender McLaren 570s Coupé - although this is one of McLaren's entry level vehicles theres nothing all that entry level about it it. The 570s is an everyday supercar. Two-seater, dual-clutch gearbox and enough practicality to be able to use as a daily driver (If driving a 570BHP supercar with scissor doors everyday is what you're into like the team at Exotic Rentals & Retreats is, of course)
Ready for an ultimate sports car driving experience? The stunning McLaren 570S Coupe is ready to offer you exactly that. From its driver-centric cabin to performance-driven engine specifications, this exotic car from McLaren's Sport Series is all about ruling the tracks and open roads equally. Enjoy swooshing performance across different roads with the McLaren 570s' lightweight body and take advantage of one of the highest power-to-weight ratios in its class. Experience maximum car punch and get thrilled on the road with the ultra-lightweight yet extremely stiff Carbon Fiber MonoCell car construction. With a frame weight of only 1,350kgs, this car is all set to cut the wind at surprising speeds - and thats not because of its scintillating scissor doors.
Enter a world of streamlined and uncluttered architecture as you sit on the finest hand-stitched leather-covered seats. The McLaren 570s also comes standard with satin-chrome finishing and a floating central console to unleash your love for high quality yet simple design. Enjoy crystal clear LCD graphics on the TFT instrument panel which also offers quick configuration of the adaptive driving modes. The optional Bowers & Wilkins 12 speaker stereo system has to work quite hard to dampen the sound of the engine - but who's listening to music in the 570s anyways.
Performance and Drivetrain
As a perfect combination of sophistication and Formula 1 inspired race-bred technology, this luxury coupe is a true example of thrilling performance. The McLaren 570s is bestridden with a 3.8 Liter V8 twin-turbocharged engine which revs at impressive dynamics and reaches 0-124mph in only 9.5 seconds. You can also switch between different road driving modes, including:
One thing you'll be sure to notice about this McLaren and the rest of the vehicles in its range is the way they steer. McLaren claimed at the launch of the 570s that they wanted to "own steering feel" and although that sounds like a pompous statement its pretty difficult to say otherwise. The pleasure you get from simply turning the hydraulic assisted steering wheel is something that sticks for a while.