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McLaren Rolls Out a GT to Rival Porsche 911 and Aston Martin

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McLaren's New GT Supercar Isn't All About Speed

Supercar maker McLaren Group Ltd. says the launch of a GT model aimed at customers looking for a more relaxed daily drive is as significant as moves into sport-utility vehicles at its main rivals.

The 163,000-pound ($204,000) car establishes a new category for McLaren as it targets a 25% jump in annual sales, trading raw speed for a greater degree of refinement and room for a set of golf clubs, Chief Financial Officer Paul Buddin said in an interview at the Goodwood Festival of Speed