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The new McLaren GTS is to the GT as the 750S is to the 720S. It's a renamed, retuned version of its predecessor, adding more power to go with its familiar looks. And just like the GT that came before it, the GTS continues to serve as a more sumptuous alternative to the 750S, all while offering similar levels of power.





The new 'S' in the supercar's name brings along 14 extra horses for its twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8. That equates to 626 horsepower, which is joined by the same 465 lb-ft of torque as last year. The GTS also sheds some additional weight––22 pounds to be exact––and can hit the 60 mph mark from a standstill in just 3.1 seconds.


The GTS also brings some styling tweaks for its already-gorgeous bodywork, though you might need a magnifying glass to spot the changes. The GT successor bolts on a redesigned front bumper, along with a resculpted rear fender, which are said to increase air flow to the engine. The exterior also features additional gloss black finishes, and the exterior color palette expands to include Mantis Green, Tanzanite Blue, Ice White, and Lava Gray. There are also some new wheel designs, including the jaw-dropping ten-spoke Turbine wheels shown above.




Elsewhere, the supercar's front axle-lift system has been upgraded to raise the vehicle's front end quicker, and the interior benefits from new aniline leather and Alcantara trim options. The seats also gain a new double-piping pattern.


GTS deliveries will start sometime in 2024, and while pricing hasn't been disclosed quite yet, we expect the price tag to surpass the $208,490 ask that applied to its GT predecessor.


Image Credits: McLaren
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Dec 31, 2023
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The McLaren GTS Is A GT With More Power And An 'S' At The End Of Its Name

The updated supercar also sheds some weight and gets a restyled exterior.

The new McLaren GTS is to the GT as the 750S is to the 720S. It's a renamed, retuned version of its predecessor, adding more power to go with its familiar looks. And just like the GT that came before it, the GTS continues to serve as a more sumptuous alternative to the 750S, all while offering similar levels of power.





The new 'S' in the supercar's name brings along 14 extra horses for its twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8. That equates to 626 horsepower, which is joined by the same 465 lb-ft of torque as last year. The GTS also sheds some additional weight––22 pounds to be exact––and can hit the 60 mph mark from a standstill in just 3.1 seconds.


The GTS also brings some styling tweaks for its already-gorgeous bodywork, though you might need a magnifying glass to spot the changes. The GT successor bolts on a redesigned front bumper, along with a resculpted rear fender, which are said to increase air flow to the engine. The exterior also features additional gloss black finishes, and the exterior color palette expands to include Mantis Green, Tanzanite Blue, Ice White, and Lava Gray. There are also some new wheel designs, including the jaw-dropping ten-spoke Turbine wheels shown above.




Elsewhere, the supercar's front axle-lift system has been upgraded to raise the vehicle's front end quicker, and the interior benefits from new aniline leather and Alcantara trim options. The seats also gain a new double-piping pattern.


GTS deliveries will start sometime in 2024, and while pricing hasn't been disclosed quite yet, we expect the price tag to surpass the $208,490 ask that applied to its GT predecessor.


Image Credits: McLaren

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