McLaren’s supercar for the masses (so to speak) arrives soon. Here’s more info about how it works.
Back in February, McLaren unveiled its entry-level supercar for the masses (well, the still relatively well off masses, at least): the Artura. Unlike many past “new” McLarens that some would consider remixes of the same formula, the Artura is a genuinely new car, using McLaren’s new MCLA platform and a new hybrid twin-turbo V6 engine to replace the traditional twin-turbo V8.
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