McLaren Artura Spider: Hybrid convertible supercar with outstanding technology and performance

The McLaren Artura Spider version supercar has just been launched with a series of upgrades to improve driving feel and performance, but it is still difficult to “catch the eye” of the Vietnamese giant.

McLaren faces challenges in selling the Artura hybrid supercar two years after its launch.

The supercar maker had to delay deliveries for several months last year to improve quality. Recently, the company introduced the convertible version of the Artura, along with a series of upgraded equipment.

McLaren Artura Spider still uses a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine, combined with an electric motor for a total capacity of 690 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque.

The 8-speed gearbox has been revised, helping to shift gears 25% faster, transmitting power to the rear wheels. The car can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in about 3 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 330 km/h.

The new “Spinning Wheel Pull-Away” feature on Artura Spider allows the wheel to spin more strongly when accelerating from a stop, without turning off the ESP electronic stability feature.

When running in full electric mode, the car can travel about 34 km. The suspension and brakes have been improved to provide a better driving experience.

Although the roof can be folded/opened, the Artura Spider is only about 61.7 kg heavier than the coupe version, thanks to its weight-reducing aluminum and carbon chassis structure. McLaren has also adjusted the windshield trim to reduce vibrations when opening the roof. Folding/unfolding the roof only takes 11 seconds when the car moves under 50 km/h.

The design of the Artura Spider is no different from the coupe version, still soft but very sporty. The car is equipped with standard 19-inch silver-painted dual-spoke 5-spoke wheels. The front retains the large air vents, combined with McLaren’s signature lights. The rear of the car has horizontal LED taillights, below is a large diffuser and a dual middle exhaust system.

It is expected that the McLaren Artura Spider will be delivered to customers in the middle of this year, with a starting price of 281,000 USD (about 6.9 billion VND). When returning to Vietnam, the after-tax price of this supercar is expected to be about 16-17 billion VND.

Currently, the Coupe version is still sold for 14.7 billion VND in the Vietnamese market, but so far no one has found an owner even though the dealer has brought one back.

According to Motor1

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