British supercar maker McLaren has confirmed its coming New York Auto Show unveiling will carry the name ‘570S’.
The official name of the new model comes as the latest drip-fed detail for McLaren’s new Sports Series range, which was first announced in November.
The new model’s name likely also confirms the car’s output, referring to 570 metric horsepower or 420kW.
News of the 570S model’s confirmation was also accompanied today by another puzzle piece for the car’s styling, this time revealing an aero-sculpted C-pillar and carbon-fibre air intake.
Earlier teasers have included a view of the new model’s door, along with shots of camouflaged prototypes sliding around in testing.
The Sports Series range will comprise three different bodystyles, with a coupe, convertible and fastbacked "GT" expected to be offered.
McLaren expects the Sports Series models to contribute more than 2000 annual sales to an overall goal of 4000 sales each year. In 2015, the brand expects to sell around 1800 cars.
Watch for more details to come in New York next week.
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