2020 McLaren GT

    2020 McLaren GT specifications

    Engine configurationM840TE engine, 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, 3,994cc
    Drivetrain layoutLongitudinal mid-engined, RWD
    Power PS (bhp/kW) @ rpm620 (612/456) @ 7,500rpm
    Torque Nm (lb ft) @ rpm630 (465) @ 5,500-6,500rpm
    Transmission7 Speed+reverse SSG. Comfort, Sport and Track modes
    SteeringElectro-hydraulic; power-assisted
    ChassisCarbon fibre MonoCell II-T monocoque, with carbon fibre rear upper structure and aluminium crash structures front and rear
    SuspensionDouble aluminium wishbone; independent adaptive dampers with Proactive Damping Control.
    Comfort, Sport and Track modes
    BrakesCast iron discs (367mm front; 354mm rear) and calipers (4-piston front & rear); Carbon ceramic discs with forged aluminium calipers optional
    Wheels (inches)Front: 8J x 20; Rear: 10.5J x 21
    TyresPirelli P ZERO™ Front: 225/35/R20; Rear: 295/30/R21
    Length, mm (inches)4,683 (184.4)
    Wheelbase, mm (inches)2,675 (105.3)
    Height, mm (inches)1,213 (47.8)
    Width, with mirrors, mm (inches)2,095 (82.5)
    Width, mirrors folded, mm (inches)2,045 (80.5)
    Track (to contact patch centre), mm (inches)Front: 1,671 (65.8); Rear: 1,663 (65.5)
    Lightest dry weight, kg (lbs)1,466 (3,232)
    DIN Kerb weight [fluids + 90% fuel], kg (lbs)1,530 (3,373)
    US Curb weight [fluids + 100% fuel] lbs (kg)3,384 (1,535)
    Weight distribution (% Front/Rear)42.5/57.5
    Fuel tank capacity, litres (UK/USA gallons)72 (15.8/19)
    Luggage capacity, litres570 (Front: 150; Rear: 420)
    Performance data
    0-97km/h (0-60mph)3.1 seconds
    0-100km/h (0-62mph)3.2 seconds
    0-200km/h (0-124mph)9.0 seconds
    Maximum speed326km/h (203mph)
    200-0km/h (124mph–0) braking, metres (ft)127.0 (417)
    100–0km/h (62mph–0) braking, metres (ft)32.0 (105)
    CO2 emissions, g/km WLTP EU (combined)270
    CO2 emissions, g/km NEDC EU (combined)245
    Grand Touring range (at NEDC EU Combined)666km (414 miles)
    Grand Touring range (at US EPA Highway)399 miles*
    Fuel consumption WLTP EU l/100km/UK MPG
    Combined11.9 l/100km/23.7 mpg
    Low22.2 l/100km /12.7 mpg
    Medium11.9 l/100km /23.7 mpg
    High9.3 l/100km /30.4 mpg
    Extra-high10.2 l/100km /27.7 mpg
    Fuel consumption NEDC EU l/100km/UK MPG
    Urban14.6 l/100km/19.4 mpg
    Extra Urban8.7 l/100km/32.5 mpg
    Combined10.8 l/100km/26.2 mpg
    Fuel consumption, US mpg*
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