Introducing the McLaren Artura: The First McLaren Hybrid Supercar
McLaren Palm Beach is excited to announce the release of the 2022 McLaren Artura Hybrid! Artura is the first McLaren hybrid supercar and is sure to impress Jupiter drivers. McLaren Automotive will bring the full force of expertise in hybrid powertrain engineering to the supercar class next year. Artura is a High-Performance Hybrid (HPH) supercar engineered to excel on the track. Read on for a breakdown of the currently available information about this exciting new model. We also have the official Artura reveal video below, and you won’t want to miss it! After reading, contact us if you have questions about the upcoming McLaren Artura!
McLaren Artura Hybrid Design Influences
Every aspect of the colorful 2022 McLaren Artura is new and marks the beginning of a new era for the pioneering British company. That said, it does pay tribute to a few past concepts in McLaren design history. For instance, the Artura take notes from the McLaren P1TM Hybrid Hypercar, which was unveiled in 2012. The Artura also draws inspiration from the more recent Speedtail Hyper-GT, which entered production this year as McLaren’s fastest ever car with a top speed of 250 mph. As Mike Flewitt, CEO of McLaren Automotive, puts it:
“Every element of the Artura is all-new – from the platform architecture and every part of the High-Performance Hybrid powertrain, to the exterior body, interior, and cutting-edge driver interface – but it draws on decades of McLaren experience in pioneering super-lightweight race and road car technologies to bring all of our expertise in electrification to the supercar class.”
McLaren Artura Hybrid Reveal Video
The official reveal of the 2022 McLaren Artura took place on February 16, 2021! Check it out the worldwide reveal video for the Artura below:
McLaren Artura Hybrid Design Updates
The 2022 McLaren Artura will be the first car to be built on an all-new platform architecture optimized for electrification. However, you can still expect the Artura to further McLaren’s commitment to super-lightweight engineering principles. The additional mass of the High-Performance Hybrid system, for example, has been largely offset by the application of weight-saving technologies throughout the chassis, body, and powertrain. Additionally, the McLaren Carbon Lightweight Architecture (MCLA) at the heart of the Artura not only enables the car’s class-leading weight advantage but is also the base for the dynamic excellence inherent in every McLaren. Every vehicle is hand-assembled at the McLaren Production Centre (MPC) in Woking, Surrey, England.
Performance Highlights: New Twin-Turbocharged Engine
The new Artura marks the debut of an all-new compact twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine, designed to combine with an electric motor in a new lightweight High-Performance Hybrid powertrain that retains the performance benefits of McLaren’s larger capacity V8 engines and has the additional attraction of improved torque response at low engine speeds to deliver scintillating acceleration. The 2022 Artura can also run on electric power alone for everyday emission-free journeys around Wellington. Here are some highlights from the new engine:
- 600hp (38hp more than what the 570S offers, all with a hybrid engine)
- 18 miles of pure electric range
- Instant Torque E-Motor
- Starting Price $225,000
Have Questions? Reach Out to McLaren Palm Beach
Further details about the all-new 2022 McLaren Artura will be revealed over the coming months and Boca Raton customers who would like to be kept informed can call McLaren Palm Beach at 561-805-5555. Let our McLaren experts help you configure the Artura of your dreams! If you’re curious about other McLaren news, be sure to explore our research guides!
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