McLaren 570S Spider Price
With the worst of winter behind us, now is the perfect time to find a new McLaren 570S Spider for sale. Each example represents the epitome of composite chassis and twin-turbo technology. Taking this into consideration McLaren 570S price starts at only $208,800. It is a bargain not only for the performance but also for the folding hardtop that is a work of art. Many low-mileage examples can be found between 170, 000 and 199,000 depending on options. This makes them very affordable for an all-carbon twin-turbo convertible.
McLaren 570S Spider Review
While it might not be the most powerful car in their lineup, how much horsepower does one truly need? For a proper McLaren 570S Spider review, find a winding road beside the ocean. Put the top down and let it warm up. The McLaren 570S Spider horsepower and torque are at your command, so shift it manually to learn the sweet spots on the tach. The MonoCell II chassis is an order of magnitude stronger than your car, so get ready for a comfortable and predictable ride.
While the active hydraulics of the Super Series makes for amazing cornering, they will never convey when you have reached the limit. That is why the McLaren 570S Spider uses a conventional double-wishbone setup. It is lighter and more predictable than Super Series cars while sacrificing ride quality by a small degree. Many buyers prefer it due to the relatively inexpensive maintenance compared to other models.
McLaren 570S Spider Specs
Engine: 3.8-liter Twin-Turbo V8
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch
Horsepower: 570 hp
Torque: 442 lb-ft
0-60: 3.1 seconds
1/4 Mile: 10.33 @ 134 mph
Top Speed: 204 mph
Weight: 3,303 lbs
McLaren 570S Spider Engine
Given the compact size of the McLaren 570S Spider engine, it is noteworthy for making 570 horsepower from only 3.8 liters. The accessories are shaft-driven for long life and no belts to break. It is known internally as the M838T E, as an evolution of their first V8. Over 30% of the internals were revised for long life and less internal friction. At full boost, it sends 442 lb-ft of torque to the transmission, more than enough for this carbon fiber convertible
McLaren 570S Spider Transmission
It might be small and light, but the McLaren 570S Spider transmission is state-of-the-art. Developed in cooperation with Graziano, it is a 7-speed dual-clutch sequential. It offers seamless & smooth shifts in automatic mode, while the paddles turn it into race mode. True genius is pre-selecting the next gear. So while you are in 3rd, 4th gear is already spinning on the opposite clutch. This allows for the fastest shifts of any production car.
McLaren 570S Spider Interior
Early McLarens had massive door sills to climb over. This made entry and exit a pain for those unaccustomed to sports cars. This was solved with the McLaren 570S Spider interior. Built for more comfort than its predecessors, the stronger chassis allowed for a lower sill. Only the best leather will do, and it is double-stitched by hand.
Instead of an armrest, the driving controls divide the seats. While pleasing to look at, making a change to the aerodynamics or stability systems takes your eyes off the road. On the other hand, the infotainment screen is within easy and with a logical layout. Don’t opt for the base audio, as the Bowers & Wilkins system is reference quality.
McLaren 570S Spider Brakes
With great speed comes a need for potent stopping power. That’s why the McLaren 570S Spider Brakes are among the largest to ever leave England. Because McLaren uses open differentials, the brakes have several roles. All corners have carbon-ceramic rotors measuring 15.5″ front and 15″ rear. If you want to save the expensive originals, many aftermarket suppliers offer cast iron rotors at a fraction of the factory’s cost.
McLaren 570S Spider Standout Features
As the first McLaren to feature the MonoCell II chassis, the 570S Spider was years in the making. It has sired a fleet of faster & newer offspring thanks to its solid foundations. Another benefit is a great safety rating and over 23 mpg on the highway.
With 19 gallons of fuel onboard, you will have a great weekend cruiser without having to stop as often. Tires measure 225/35/19 front and 285/35/20 on the rear. While not overly wide, they are perfectly staggered for proper cornering. Finally, the best feature is the car’s dual nature. It can be as plush as a feather bed, or as mean as an ax murderer. It is all at your command. Click the link below to find your new McLaren 570S Spider for sale.Browse McLaren 570S Spiders For Sale