The British sports car and super car manufacturer, McLaren has officially announced of its launch in the Indian automobile market soon. Though, McLaren had its presence via a few imports, it will now officially be present with a dealer partner. Recently, the official website of McLaren has introduced India as a region. This clearly states that now the Indian customers will be able to look out for the specifications as per their requirement while sitting at their home and submit their respective choice a dealer who will in turn order their supercar from the McLaren Production Centre in Woking, UK.
Let’s have a look at the range of McLarens’ to be introduced in the Indian automobile market.
The entry point of McLaren in India will be the GT. The McLaren GT is meant for the customers who look out for a softer and more comfortable supercar as compared to the performance-oriented cars in McLarens’ range. The GT gets a mid-sized engine setup comprising of a 4.0-litre, twin-turbo engine producing 620bhp against a peak torque of 630Nm. The 0-100kmph can be achieved in just 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 326kmph. The McLaren GT will rival the Bentley Continental GT, Ferrari Roma and Porsche 911.
in India, the McLaren 720S will be offered in both coupe and spider form. The McLaren 720S is one its supercars that gets a 4.0-litre twin-turbo engine generating a power of 720bhp and 770Nm of torque. Both the forms of the 720S gets a top speed of 341kmph and 0-100kmph can be achieved in just 2.9 seconds. The convertible roof of the McLaren 720S spider form takes just 11 seconds to fold up or down which can be operated at speed up to 50kmph. The McLaren 720S will rival the Lamborghini Huracan and the Ferrari F8 Tributo.
Last but not the least, the final car in the McLarens’ line-up is the recently launched McLaren Artura. Unlike other supercars, the new Artura is a hybrid supercar based on the new MCLA carbon fibre monocoque platform. Under the hood, it gets a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine generating a power of 680bhp in total against a peak torque of 720Nm. The 0-100kmph can be achieved in just 3 seconds with a top speed of 330kmph.