There are pictures of the new hybrid supercar McLarenOctober 20, 2020
Auto publications have published photographs of a camouflaged prototype of a completely new hybrid supercar from McLaren. Apparently, the car received almost completely serial appearance. The debut of new items is expected next year.
Next year, McLaren’s lineup will be replenished with a new model – a hybrid supercar. We don’t know what McLaren will name the car, but rumors have it that it will be positioned between the GT and 720S models. However, unlike other McLaren models, this new hybrid will contain a ton of new technology. McLaren talked about the hybrid new car earlier this month when it published a teaser of the car, but now we have spy photos of the car prototype at our disposal.
We know the car will combine a newly developed turbocharged V6 with an undefined number of electric motors.
According to rumors, the newest car may be presented in a fully electric version. The hybrid will also use a new carbon fiber chassis called MCLA and will get a host of new chassis systems, engine, electrical architecture, and more. McLaren called the new architecture “one of the most significant discoveries” for the automaker.
The photos show a car similar in appearance to the GT, but with a more aggressive design. On the sides of the sloping nose are stylized lighting elements that blend into the bumper. On the side, a deep scallop leads to a gaping air intake behind the doors. The rear has a large diffuser and two tailpipes.
McLaren did not say when we will see the new supercar, although it has previously said it wants to show it to customers as soon as possible. The car in the published photos looks like it has already received its production look, which means that we will probably see it early next year.
Not so long ago, we wrote that McLaren decided to reduce the circulation of the extravagant Elva hypercar. According to the official representatives of the automaker, only 149 copies of the McLaren Elva hypercar will be produced. This is due to the coronavirus pandemic, due to which the main suppliers of components for the car will not be able to supply the required number of parts for assembly on time.
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