McLaren’s 2024 Lineup

February 17, 2024 3:33 PM

By: MPH Team

What's in store for McLaren in 2024? 

Emerging from the high-octane world of Formula 1, McLaren's legacy is built upon precision, unrivaled performance, and an undying passion for racing. In an era where many luxury automakers have diversified into the SUV segment, McLaren remains unwavering in its commitment, focusing purely on sports cars and supercars that evoke their racing pedigree.


As the new year unfolds, this British titan invites us into the future with their 2024 lineup, ensuring an unrivaled blend of racing heritage and cutting-edge innovation. Continue on to explore what the iconic marque has to offer.


  1. McLaren 765LT Spider


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The 2024 765LT Spider, an exclusive addition to McLaren’s fleet, exemplifies performance, with only 765 units ever to be manufactured. This supercar is finely honed, radical, aggressive, and has its design deeply rooted in the Longtail tradition.


Design Overview:

  • - The car's bespoke carbon fiber body promotes increased downforce and improved cooling, showcasing a finely honed and radical design.

  • - Its elongated profile, lowered front suspension, and wider front track augment its purposeful aggression.

  • - It features dramatic side air intakes reminiscent of the iconic 675LT Spider and boasts super-lightweight 10-spoke alloy wheels along with a carbon fiber active rear wing.

  • - The shape of the 765LT Spider is inspired by aerodynamics, a relentless pursuit of speed, and an unparalleled driver experience, shaped by the Spirit of Rebellion.

  • - The purity of its form is evident in the elongated profile, the innovative front splitter, the dramatic side air intakes, and the McLaren Senna-inspired carbon fiber front license plate plinth, all contributing to its unique stance.

  • - The Retractable Hard Top is incredibly lightweight and adds both aesthetic and functional appeal to the car's design.


Key Features:

  • - The car features bespoke carbon fiber body panels that provide a weight saving of approximately 44 lbs, contributing to the overall 176 lbs weight reduction compared to its predecessor, putting aero at the leading edge.

  • - Engagement is unleashed through the Retractable Hard Top (RHT) made from a single piece of carbon fiber, opening in just 11 seconds even at speeds up to 50km/h, amplifying the open-air experience.

  • - The car offers pure intoxication for the driver and passengers, with electro-hydraulic steering and bespoke Pirelli P Zero™ Trofeo R tyres enhancing the driving experience, while the presence of the quad-exit titanium exhaust note is intensified when the roof is open.

  • - The ultra-lightweight single-piece electric hard top takes only 11 seconds to open and stow, providing an unfiltered driving experience.


Key Specifications:


  • Price: $382,500

  • Powertrain: 4.0L V8

  • Horsepower: 755 hp

  • Torque: 590 lb-ft

  • Transmission: 7-speed Auto-shift manual

  • 0-60 MPH: 2.7 seconds

  • Top Speed: 205 MPH



2. McLaren 750S





The 2024 McLaren 750S is lauded as one of the most comprehensive supercars of its segment. As an evolution of the 720S, it boasts enhanced suspension, impeccable handling, and a slew of advanced features tailored for the discerning driver.


Design Overview:


  • - This new model boasts a weight reduction of at least 66 lbs and a power increase of 30 HP, elevating it to a formidable 740 HP.

  • - Around 30% of the components in the 750S are either new or significantly modified, although the foundational chassis closely resembles its predecessor. However, this similarity isn't a drawback, given the 720S’s renowned agility and performance.

  • - The 4.0L twin-turbo V8 engine remains a constant, albeit with notable enhancements. Elements from the high-performance 765LT, such as lightweight pistons, have been integrated into the 750S.

  • - A distinct change in aesthetics is the repositioned exhaust pipes, now placed high and center. This design isn’t merely for visual impact; it mimics the functionality seen in models like the P1, Senna, and Artura.

  • - In a departure from the traditional development cycle of supercars, McLaren launches both the Coupe and Spider versions of the 750S simultaneously. The Spider variant features a retractable hardtop that transitions in just over 10 seconds and operates at speeds up to 30 MPH (~50 KPH).

  • - Future bespoke MSO variants and an Ultimate series car based on the 750S are anticipated.


Key Features:


  • - Select features from the MSO catalog have been adopted, including the Senna's formidable 15.4-inch carbon-ceramic brakes, available as an option for track enthusiasts.

  • - The standard brakes are equally impressive, featuring a monoblock caliper design, a hydraulic brake booster, and a motorsport-grade vacuum pump.

  • - The ABS system is derived from the 720S GT3 race car, ensuring swift and stable stops.

  • - Power delivery remains rear-wheel driven, channeled through a new seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

  • - The gearbox features a shorter final drive and an aggressively tuned first gear, enabling the 750S to sprint to 62 MPH (100 KPH) in just under 2.8 seconds.

  • - Another innovative feature is the active rear wing, which adjusts based on steering, throttle/brake input, and speed.

  • - Inside, the cockpit has been refined, now featuring a new, massive digital touchscreen that is both more responsive and lighter than its predecessor.

  • - The 750S also boasts MSO-level super lightweight carbon-shell racing seats, available in alcantara or nappa leather.


Key Specifications:


  • Price: $329,500

  • Powertrain: 4.0L V8

  • Horsepower: 710 hp

  • Torque: 568 lb-ft

  • Transmission: 7-speed Auto-shift manual

  • 0-60 MPH: 2.8 seconds

  • Top Speed: 212 MPH





3. McLaren Artura





The 2024 McLaren Artura signifies the brand's foray into hybrid supercar territory. With its distinctive sunken headlights and forward-focused cabin design, it doesn't just perform - it turns heads.


Design Overview:


  • - In 2023, the Artura emerged as McLaren's introductory supercar, introducing a powertrain shift for the marque.

  • - The vehicle features a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6, McLaren's inaugural six-cylinder, teamed with an electric motor and a compact lithium-ion battery.

  • - Positioned beneath the 750S in McLaren's lineup, the Artura nearly rivals its superior in performance while offering a more forgiving ride and understated aesthetics.

  • - Updates for 2024: The Artura, debuting in 2023, continues into 2024 without alterations.

  • - Interior: The Artura's interior adheres to McLaren's functional design ethos, with upscale materials like leather and microsuede. The cabin design is minimalist, with a button-free steering wheel.


Key Features:


  • - Performance: The Artura boasts a new hybrid twin-turbo V-6 engine, generating 671 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. The hybrid powertrain includes an electric motor within the eight-speed dual-clutch transmission and is powered by a 7.4-kWh battery beneath the cabin.

  • - The Artura offers an electric range of 11 miles. The vehicle, while brisk in acceleration, maintains a stealthy presence, lacking the auditory thrill of competitors.

  • - It's the first McLaren on the new Carbon Lightweight Architecture (MCLA), offering sharp handling and a comfortable ride.

  • - The sleek coupe can accelerate to 60 mph in a mere 2.6 seconds, with a top speed of 205 mph. Notably, the Artura can glide through urban landscapes using solely electric power for up to 11 miles.

  • - Standard features include power-adjustable seats, and the Artura offers 6 cubic feet of luggage space in the front trunk.


Key Specifications:


  • Price: $237,500

  • Powertrain: 3.6 L V-6 Hybrid

  • Horsepower: 671 hp

  • Torque: 531 lb-ft

  • Transmission: 8-speed Auto-shift manual

  • 0-60 MPH: 2.6 seconds

  • Top Speed: 205 MPH



4. McLaren GT





The 2024 McLaren GT offers a delicate balance of performance and grand touring luxury. Its blend of practicality and high-speed prowess is embodied in its sleek design and staggered wheel layout. Although an update has been missed for this model in 2024, its legacy continues with models sold till stock availability.


Design Overview:


  • - The 2024 McLaren GT redefines the grand tourer concept, steering away from conventional high-comfort cruisers like the Bentley Continental GT.

  • - It maintains McLaren's performance ethos with a mid-mounted twin-turbocharged V-8 engine, blending comfort with signature sportiness.

  • - The McLaren GT prioritizes athletic agility and performance-centered design over typical grand tourer plushness.

  • - At its heart lies a 4.0-liter V-8 engine, producing 612 horsepower, slightly moderated from the discontinued 720S's engine.

  • - Despite extended interior space and cargo room, the GT sticks to high-performance DNA, offering a unique take on the grand tourer concept.

  • - As McLaren has not ventured into the super-SUV segment, the GT remains the most accessible daily driver with the McLaren badge.

  • - 2024 Updates: The 2024 model retains its previous design, with additions like Storm Grey and Volcano Yellow colors, an optional branded armrest, and a Stealth Badge Package.


Key Features:


  • - The GT comes in a single, well-appointed trim, with staggered wheels (20 inches front, 21 inches rear), LED headlights, sequential indicators, and a fixed rear spoiler. Interior standard features include leather upholstery and knurled aluminum controls, with options for an enhanced sound system and privacy glass.

  • - It's powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8, delivering 612 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. This is paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission driving the rear wheels. The GT boasts a zero to 60 mph sprint in 2.8 seconds and features launch control and adjustable driving modes.

  • - The GT seats two and offers more luxurious interiors than standard McLarens, featuring Nappa leather with options for cashmere and microfiber. An optional panoramic glass roof adds natural light. While lacking certain amenities like ventilated seats, the GT provides 20 cubic feet of total cargo space (15 cubic feet rear, 5 cubic feet front), although the rear cargo area can heat up due to the engine placement.


Key Specifications:


  • Price: $208,490

  • Powertrain: 4.0L V8

  • Horsepower: 612 hp

  • Torque: 465 lb-ft

  • Transmission: 7-speed Auto-shift manual

  • 0-60 MPH: 2.8 seconds

  • Top Speed: 203 MPH






For supercar enthusiasts, the 2024 lineup by McLaren offers a tantalizing glimpse into the future of high-performance driving. Whether it's the raw power of the 765LT or the hybrid innovation in the Artura, McLaren continues to redefine excellence on the racetrack and the open road.

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