The British supercar maker McLaren has an intriguing story. Founded in 1985, Mclaren built the amazing and frankly a beast of a car, the McLaren F1, from 1992 to 1998. Their second venture was the astounding collab with Mercedes-Benz to give the world the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren in 1999. Thereafter Mclaren went into indefinite hiatus until their resurrection in 2010 as McLaren Automotive. Currently, McLaren produces three segments, the Sports, Super, Ultimate, and the GT. The 570S, introduced in 2015 and built until 2021, was the entry vehicle for McLaren fans. Up for grabs is a 2018 McLaren 570S Spider with just 4,000 miles on the odometer.
As McLaren cars give freedom for drivers on the road with the pedals, so do their extensive customization options. McLaren offered the 2018 McLaren 570S Spider in an astounding 33 color options. This specimen sports the standard blue color with a set of staggered 19" and 20" 10-spoke forged lightweight wheels finished in Stealth. Red brake calipers with black McLaren logos lurk behind them, which add a dash of color to the otherwise dark-hued car. The rear features a diffuser along with a Sports Exhaust finished in Stealth. The roof of the car is done in Dark Palladium. Entry to the interior is via the dihedral or more commonly known as "butterfly" doors. The interior is appointed in a tri-color of Carbon Black, Jet Black, and Stone Grey, which is part of the By McLaren Designer Interior. The sports seats feature power functions, heating as well as memory. The Luxury Pack further adds in a power-adjustable steering column, soft close doors, McLaren branded floor mats, and an upgraded sound system consisting of a 12-speaker system coupled with a 1280 watts amplifier courtesy of Bowers & Wilkins. A Carbon Black Alcantara headliner and a Carbon Black and Stone Grey steering wheel are in place. The car also comes equipped with front and rear parking sensors with cameras on both ends and a tire pressure monitoring system.
The 2018 McLaren 570S Spider sports a race-bred 3.8L twin-turbo V8 coupled with a 7-speed Graziano dual-clutch transmission. 533hp of power and 398 lb.ft of torque are kept in check by the ceramic brakes on all four corners. The car is also equipped with a vehicle lift. 0-62 mph is clocked in at 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 204 mph.
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