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.
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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