McLaren Artura, quiet sport

On the outside, the Artura is distinguished by an aerodynamic line which makes it a model of elegance. McLaren

TEST – The CO2 emissions of a city car, the comfort of a saloon and the performance of a supercar: electrified, the latest English berlinetta delivers an immense repertoire.

Everything is new. Introducing plug-in hybrid technology, McLaren’s latest creation is unprecedented. It’s not obvious. The fault with a silhouette which seems a decal of the other models and which could give the impression that the English manufacturer, which has just celebrated its 10 years, is treading water. Close examination of the lines gives another reading. Around the doors in the elytron, the Artura is distinguished by a significant aerodynamic work which leads to sides dug in the continuity of large air intakes, vertical openings around the projectors, exhausts which blow in height and which dispense with the use to unsightly aerodynamic appendages. Compared to a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, the shapes will appear less exuberant but the result is a model of elegance.


Knowing that a plug-in hybrid drivetrain is not the most suitable for a rear-engined super sports car in terms of weight and size…

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