GENEVA — The 2017 McLaren 570GT coupe, the latest addition to the McLaren Sports Series family, will start at $201,450, when it arrives at McLaren dealerships later this year. The McLaren 570GT will debut in March at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show.
Pricing includes a $2,500 destination charge. There is no gas-guzzler tax on the car.
"Customers will be able to order the car immediately upon its debut," wrote McLaren spokesman Andrew Brudnicki, in response to a query from Edmunds.
In comparison, the base 2016 McLaren 570S, the new "entry-level" model from McLaren, is priced at $187,400, including shipping.
The two cars share the same engine, a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that delivers 562 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automated dual-clutch manual transmission.
The 570GT features a unique aerodynamic package, including a fixed rear spoiler.
Standard equipment includes a fixed glass panoramic roof, eight-speaker audio system, leather upholstery, heated seats, parking sensors and a quieter exhaust system compared to the 570S coupe.
"Practical enough for everyday use, the 570GT is the most road-biased McLaren yet," said McLaren in a statement.
The 570GT is the second of three body styles that will eventually complete the family.
"McLaren has not said what the third Sports Series body style will be," Brudnicki said.
Edmunds says: The McLaren Sports Series is in high demand by sports car enthusiasts, so buyers may want to put their order in this March.