McLaren India entry confirmed, scope revealed

Cyrus Dhabhar

McLaren finally officially came to India. Although the British supercar and sports car manufacturer recently owned a small share in India through a small amount of imports, McLaren will now formally become the Infinity Group’s dealer partner and official after-sales support to demonstrate its influence. According to our information, the brand’s launch and price announcement are imminent. Interestingly, the official configurator on the McLaren website has also begun to show the region to India, which has not happened until recently. This means that Indian customers will now be able to safely choose a car from their home and submit their choice to the dealer, who then orders their supercar from the McLaren production center in Woking, UK.

  • The range will include the newly launched Artura hybrid supercar
  • Both the coupe and Spider 720S will arrive in India

The McLaren series in India will currently provide four models:

India’s McLaren range: McLaren GT

The entry point for the McLaren lineup will be GT. Compared with cars in the McLaren lineup that pay more attention to the track or performance, the GT is McLaren’s more road performance model. Its target customer is to want a softer, more comfortable, mid-engined super sports car. The GT still uses a mid-mounted engine like other McLaren racing cars, while the 4-liter twin-turbocharged engine can produce 620hp and 630Nm of torque. The processing time of 0-100kph is only 3.2 seconds, and the maximum speed is 326kph. GT’s competitors will include Bentley Continental GT, Ferrari Roma and Porsche 911.

India McLaren range: McLaren 720S

This McLaren 720S It will be available in India in two-door coupe and spider form. The 720S is part of the McLaren supercar series and will be the top product in India from the beginning. The 4-liter twin-turbocharged engine produces 720hp and 770Nm of torque on both the coupe and star wheels. Both cars can reach a top speed of 341kph from 0-100kph in just 2.9 seconds. The spider’s convertible roof can be folded or folded in just 11 seconds, and can reach a maximum speed of 50 km/h.The Indian 720S’s competitors range from Lamborghini Huracan or Ferrari F8 Tributo.

India’s McLaren range: McLaren Atura

The last car in the McLaren series will be released recently Atura. GT and 720S are based on the carbon fiber Monocage II-S platform, while the new Artura is based on the new MCLA carbon fiber monocoque platform, which will also support the automaker’s future cars. Unlike other McLaren racing cars, Artura is a hybrid supercar. It is equipped with a 3-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, used in conjunction with a hybrid powertrain, with a total power of 680hp-the engine is 585hp, and the electric motor is 95hp. The total torque is 720Nm. 0-100kph only takes 3 seconds, and the maximum speed is 330kph. Artura also has a pure electric mode with a 30kph range and a maximum speed of 130kph.

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