McLaren’s most civilized model may not be a true grand tourer, but it offers a compelling combination of performance and usability.
During our first few days with the 2020 McLaren GT, only one passerby asked, “Is that the new Corvette?” It was dark, and the gas station was lit with flickering florescent lights. But once we looked back at the GT, we couldn’t unsee its resemblance to Chevrolet’s new mid-engine sports car. Then a neighbor made the same observation. And then another.
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