The 570GT is the second of three bodystyles in McLaren's Sports Series group, its most "affordable" collection of supercars.

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Whereas the 570S and the 540C are all about performance, the 570GT takes more of a grand-touring approach.

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Its spring rates are 10 to 15 percent softer than its brethren, for a more relaxed ride, and the front and rear sway bars have been adjusted to increase ride quality over mixed surfaces, as well.

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The new rear luggage deck is one of the larger differentiators between the 570GT and the other members of Macca's Sports Series.

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The 570GT's rear glass hatch is lined with carbon fiber and hinged so that it opens toward the curb, whether your vehicle is left-hand or right-hand drive.

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A 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged eight-cylinder engine powers the 570GT, gushing out 562 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.

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The 570GT will hustle to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds, completing a quarter-mile in just 11.1 seconds at 132 mph. Top speed is 204 mph.

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As you might expect, the luggage compartment is leather-lined.

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But that's not the only creature comfort awaiting a lucky owner.

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The 570GT comes standard with leather upholstery, power-adjustable heated seats, parking sensors, an electric tilt-and-telescope steering wheel and soft-close doors.

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An eight-speaker audio system is standard, but you can opt for a 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins setup for a bit more cash.

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The interior also features a standard panoramic fixed glass roof with the same tint as on the McLaren P1.

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The exhaust is also quieter on the 570GT than it is in the 540C or the 570S.

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Looking to pick one up for yourself? Expect to pay $198,950 (or £154,000 in the UK) at the minimum. 570GT deliveries start later this year.

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