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McLaren Unveils Its 570S Coupe, the Brand’s First Sports Car

It will cost an estimated $180,000, and McLaren predicts it will triple sales volume by 2020
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The McLaren 570S: A Practical Supercar?

This evening in New York, McLaren will reveal its first sports car, the 570S Coupe. 

It is intended as a competitor for the Audi R8, the Porsche 911, and the Ferrari California—zippy roadsters meant to be driven on actual roads, not tracks. It will retail for an estimated $180,000, which is a pretty penny but a far cry from the $349,500 675LT supercar they unveiled a month ago at the Geneva Motor Show. (The pricing puts it well above the Audi and Porsche but just under the comparable Ferrari.)