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McLaren Artura review

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Andrew Frankel | Ti co-founder


15 June 2022

In 2011 the newly formed McLaren Automotive launched into its brave new world with the MP4-12C. So many followed: the 650S, 720S, 600, 675 and 765LTs. The 620R, the P1, Senna, Speedtail, Elva and doubtless others I have forgotten along the way. But they were all grown from the seed that was the 12C. Some grew bigger, mightier and more memorable, but all came from the same place.

And now this new car, the Artura, will do the same for the next generation of six-cylinder hybrid McLarens. It is an absolutely all-new car from its tub – the first made by McLaren itself at its new Sheffield facility – to its 3-litre V6 motor with its wide 120-degree bank angle, which lowers the centre of gravity and provides space within the vee for the turbos to live, helping packaging and response times.

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