Artura hybrid to headline McLaren display at Milano Monza Motor Show
McLaren Automotive will show all of its goods at the Milano Monza Motor Show (MIMO) in Italy from June 10 to 13.
In Italy’s design and fashion capital and around its cathedral of speed, the Autodromo di Monza, McLaren will display the Artura. It will be the first public premiere in Italy for the British brand's hybrid supercar.
As one of the star attractions at MIMO, the Artura will be presented at the Piazza del Duomo wearing Ember Orange paint, TexLux interior trim, and carbon-fiber accoutrements and 10-spoke super-lightweight alloys. The car "remains true to the British manufacturer’s essential lightweight DNA."
Hybrid-powered McLaren cars were only found in the rarified Ultimate Series, followed by the Speedtail Hyper-GT using an electrified drivetrain to achieve a top speed in excess of 400kph.
The Artura uses an all-new 120-degree-angle twin-turbo 3.0 V6, assisted by a compact 95hp electric-motor. Combined output of 630hp and 720Nm, along with a weight of 1,498 kilograms, acceleration from zero to 100kph happens in 3.0 seconds.
Joining the Artura at the show will be the 720S Coupé. Finished in Azores Orange with a Carbon Black lightweight Alcantara interior and specified with the Stealth Pack, "the multi-award-winning model remains the benchmark supercar."
Also in the MIMO display will be the 765LT presented in Lantana Purple. The latest in the McLaren LT line, that began with the legendary F1 GTR Longtail race car in 1997, is said to be the most powerful and engaging LT yet.
McLaren customers will have the chance to have hot laps at the hallowed Autodromo race track, the scene of 10 McLaren Formula 1 race victories, in a range of products from the British marque.
On display at the Monza circuit will be a silica white McLaren GT (below) with a panoramic roof and a 600LT in the same color. The cars will sport McLaren Special Operations (MSO) Club Sport Pro Pack and bespoke details, "adding further beauty and excitement to the show."
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