- The pack involves both aesthetic and performance oriented upgrades to the open top version of the 570S.
- McLaren claims weight saving of up to 33kg over the standard car.
- Upgrades include a carbon fibre interior including super light seats, stickier tyres and a louder exhaust system.
- Engine output remains the same as the standard car, at 570bhp.
McLaren has unveiled a new options package for the 570S Spider that brings together a range of features suited to circuit use.
In addition to reducing vehicle weight – in total by more than 33kg over the standard 570S Spider – the Track Pack brings a louder exhaust note and further sharpens the appearance of the car. The cockpit benefits from one of six lightweight By McLaren Designer Interior Sport Design themes in Alcantara, chosen by the buyer. Carbon fibre race seats – which alone deliver a 13kg saving over the standard sports seats.
Track Pack specification also includes a carbon fibre interior upgrade that sees door inserts, tunnel sides, extended gearshift paddles, steering wheel spokes, door and lower centre console switch packs and the McLaren IRIS infotainment surround finished in the lightweight material.
Exterior features are a Dark Palladium roof and lightweight 10-spoke forged alloy wheels in stealth finish, shod as standard with Pirelli P-ZERO Corsa tyres and reducing weight by a total of 15kg compared to the standard wheel.
Introduced in July 2017, the 570S Spider is now the most popular choice in the McLaren Sports Series range. Powered by a 3.8-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing up to 570 horsepower, the Spider is the lightest car in its class with the highest power-to-weight ratio.