McLaren teases the Sports Series entry-level model once again

Article by Christian A., on November 24, 2014

McLaren’s Sports Series entry-level model will be introduced in the second quarter of 2015 and the British manufacturer already teased its new vehicle, showing a black feather. Today, the new model returned in new teasers showing the butterfly door, which is similar to those seen on the 650S and P1 models.

Details are limited for the moment, but we do know that McLaren will offer three different versions of its Sport Series: a coupe, spyder and an extended version that will bring a luggage space located behind the engine and a concave rear screen.

Apparently, McLaren registered “Longtail” trademark earlier this summer, which hints that it is preparing an extended version of one of its supercars.

Under the hood, we expect to see the twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 engine used by all the models found in the company’s lineup. When it comes to design, we expect to see some similarities to the 650S but for the moment we don’t have too many details.

Moreover, McLaren’s new Sport Series will be a rival to the Porsche 911 and honestly we are eager to see how the vehicle will perform against the well-known German sports car.

Topics: mclaren, sports car

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