2024 McLaren GTS Photos, engines & full specs

Body style: Coupé (two-door)
Segment: Luxury
Production years: 2023, 2024

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In late 2023, McLaren decided to send its GT model to retirement and replaced it with the GTS, which was largely based on the same structure but had more power and a few improvements.

McLaren became a true sensation back in 1992 when it introduced the three-seater F1, which was deemed as the original hypercar. After that, nothing followed for decades until the release of the 12C model in 2011, marking the brand's return as an independent car manufacturer. After that model, several other vehicles left the assembly lines from Woking, England. In 2019, the GT broke covers at the Geneva Motor Show as an alternative for front-engined grand tourers. Unfortunately, the pandemic situation didn't help with the sales, but it was a start. Then, in late 2023, the British car manufacturer released the GTS as a replacement for the GT. This time, the automaker stated that the car could be used as a daily driver, even though it had improved performance specs.

The car's front revealed a much more refined look than on the rest of the McLaren range, thanks to the arched lines of the DRLs mounted inside the headlights. The organic shapes were not that dramatic anymore and sported a less aggressive stance than those penned on the 720S model, for instance. Furthermore, the lower bumper featured a broad air intake in the middle flanked by a set of functional scoops designed where the form followed function. They didn't want to look like predators' fangs. Last but not least, a discrete lip spoiler was added underneath the apron.

From its profile, the GTS resembled the GT, albeit with a few details changed, such as the shiny black trims around the windows. It also boasted the nameplate with chromed lettering on the lower front side of the doors. The ten-spoke alloy wheels, wearing Pirelli P Zero tires, were 20 inches at the front and 21 inches out back. On the rear fenders, the GTS featured taller air intakes, which were available in a gloss carbon fiber finish. Finally, McLaren's 2024 grand tourer at the back featured a restyled bumper with two wide and round exhausts that poked through it.

Inside, there were no significant changes for the 2024 GTS. Customers could get the car with an electrochromic glass roof that allowed natural light to warm the cabin and its occupants. The high bolstered seats provided excellent side support. Atop the center stack, the automaker installed the same infotainment system as in the rest of the McLaren range, featuring a seven-inch touchscreen, while in front of the driver was a 10.25" display inside the instrument cluster.

Behind the cabin, McLaren planted a four-liter twin-turbocharged V8, specific for its lineup. Still, unlike the GT, the GTS churned out more power, which it sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic (dual-clutch) gearbox. Last but not least, the GTS was lighter than the GT.

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MCLAREN GTS 2023, 2024
  1 gasoline engine
  • 4.0L V8 7AT RWD (635 HP)

4.0L V8 7AT RWD (635 HP)

Displacement:3994 cm3
Power:467 KW @ 7500 RPM
635 HP @ 7500 RPM
626 BHP @ 7500 RPM
Torque:465 lb-ft @ 5500-6500 RPM
630 Nm @ 5500-6500 RPM
Fuel System:Turbocharged Direct Injection
Fuel capacity:19 gallons (71.9 L)
Top Speed:203 mph (327 km/h)
Acceleration 0-62 Mph (0-100 kph):3.2 s
Drive Type:Rear Wheel Drive
Gearbox:7-speed automatic+reverse SSG. Comfort, Sport and Track modes
Front:Carbon ceramic discs: 390 mm
Rear:Carbon ceramic discs: 380 mm
Tire Size:Pirelli P ZERO 225/35/R20 // 295/30/R21
Length:184.4 in (4684 mm)
Width:80.5 in (2045 mm)
Height:47.8 in (1214 mm)
Front/rear Track:65.5/63.7 in (1,664/1,618 mm)
Wheelbase:105.3 in (2675 mm)
Cargo Volume:20.1 cuFT (569 L)
Unladen Weight:3351 lbs (1520 kg)
Low:10.6 mpg US (22.2 L/100Km)
Medium:19.8 mpg US (11.9 L/100Km)
High:25.3 mpg US (9.3 L/100Km)
Extra high:23.1 mpg US (10.2 L/100Km)
Combined:19.8 mpg US (11.9 L/100Km)
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