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McLaren Sports Series Coupe Spied, 570S Name Rumoured Photo:
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Tony O'Kane | Mar, 20 2015 | 1 Comment

Set to make its world debut at next month's New York Auto Show, it won't be long until we finally get to see McLaren's new Sports Series sans camouflage.

We've had plenty of glimpses of it in the lead-up to its unveiling though, both officially and thanks to our eagle-eyed spy photographers.

This latest series of spy images doesn't show anything new, but it does depict a Sports Series prototype being tested alongside a McLaren 675LT and Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Why? We're not sure, given both the 675LT and F12 are a few rungs above the "entry level" Sports Series range.

But though it will be the most affordable McLaren available (some reports claim a pricetag of £140,000, or AU$269,300), it won't be a weakling. Not by a long shot.

Reports are already flowing in that the first models in the Sports Series range will bear a 570S badge, which given McLaren's preference for names that refer to a car's power output, means it'll boast 570 metric horsepower from its twin-turbocharged V8 - roughly 420kW.

And with its carbon-fibre chassis and mid-engined layout, the Sports Series promises to be a true performer and a worthy rival for cars like the Porsche 911 Turbo, Audi R8 V10 and Mercedes-AMG GT

Expect to get the full story on the McLaren Sports Series when the New York Auto Show opens on April 3.

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