Imagine our streets full of supercars. Well, that is not happening in India anytime soon. But for now, we do have good news for all the automobile enthusiasts as McLaren is officially entering the Indian market with four of their models onboard. You heard that right, four of them!
Before coming to them, the British brand has not announced the name of the official dealer yet. However, as per the recent updates, one can expect Infinity Group to handle the sales and after-sales service for the brand.
Want to know which McLaren supercars are coming to India? Take a look right here.
- McLaren has revealed the brand’s lineup for India with four supercars.
- Infinity Group is expected to take care of the sales and after-sales duties.
- McLaren GT, 720S, 720S Spider and Artura to be available for sale in India.
To begin with, the all-new McLaren GT will act as an entry-level supercar for the brand’s lineup. Currently, it comes powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine that churns out a massive 620HP and 630Nm of torque.
All this power and precision in return allows McLaren GT to do a 0-100kmph sprint in just 3.2 seconds. On the other hand, the top speed from this supercar stands at 326kmph.
In India, it will cost Rs.3.72 Crores (ex-showroom, pan India). However, customers can go for an additional accessories pack that comprises some practical features including a rear camera and nose lift against Rs.29.77 Lakhs.
Looking for the performance of a hypercar? Well, this one offers you that with a lot of practicality. Being a sports car, even the McLaren 720S comes powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine while producing 720HP and 770Nm of peak torque.
Talking about performance, it can clock a triple-digit speed in just 2.9 seconds. Meanwhile, the top speed from the same stands at 341kmph.
Unlike the GT model, the McLaren 720S is available in two trims. The first one is of course the Coupe variant, meanwhile, the other one gets a soft top. To be precise, the company has priced the 720S Coupe at Rs.4.65 Crores and the 720S Spider at Rs.5.04 Crores.
Similar accessories mentioned above for the McLaren GT are available at Rs.43.31 Laks for the 720S range.
The carmaker has not revealed the pricing of the McLaren Artura yet. However, just for your information, it comes powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine that produces 577HP and 584Nm of peak torque.
Interestingly, the British brand has finally introduced an electric motor on the all-new McLaren Artura. To be precise, this motor can generate 94HP and 225Nm of peak torque resulting in the overall output of somewhere around 671HP and 804Nm of peak torque.
In India, McLaren supercars will compete against some well-established rivals such as Ferrari and Lamborghini just to name a few.