2017 McLaren 570GT Tested: Making the Daily Drive Special

See the 2017 McLaren 570GT make an appearance on the test track. That has helped people enjoy the daily drive for all it is worth. The performance vehicle has some incredible features that car drivers want to see. There are McLaren dealerships that now accept Bitcoin currency from their customers.

Key Takeaways:

  • Most people know the name McLaren, but they don’t necessarily know what one looks like
  • Like its coupe sibling, this hatchback feels alive. Electrohydraulically assisted steering vibrates with communication
  • Aside from its substantial cost (the GT starts at $200K; add about 10 percent to get the color, leather, wheels, and carbon-fiber trim seen in these photos), the McLaren’s biggest demerit comes in the infotainment department

“Engage launch control, let the boost build (a dash icon indicates when ready), and release the brake for a hole shot few will ever experience, courtesy of 562 horsepower.”