McLaren’s answer to big, front-engined GT cars has arrived. And like all other McLarens it’s got two-seats, a turbo’d V8 mounted between the axles, and a version of the company’s ubiquitous carbon tub.
Might sound and look like a supercar, but it’s had its edges softened. There’s more space inside (570-litres of cargo space, no less), a softer ride, plusher interior and a more docile (but still hugely powerful) motor. To find out what it’s like, you can read our full review by clicking on these words.
But before you go and do that, have a click through this little gallery and remind yourself from which cars McLaren is trying to tempt owners. The best big GTs in the business, in no particular order. Reckon it’ll succeed? Which one would you have?