The new McLaren Artura - The exterior design

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

The engineering artistry that lies beneath the Artura's surface is complemented by its exterior design. This drama is accentuated by the signature McLaren Dihedral doors, which open closer to the body and house mirrors that retract closer. The overall effect gives the Artura an almost "shrink-wrapped" look and takes a McLaren design approach seen in recent models to a new level. The sleek, engineered sculpture has minimal body lines and sheet metal joints, aided by features such as the entire rear fascia, which was designed and superformed as a single component. Designed to optimize performance and manage airflow for aerodynamic performance and cooling, the Artura's shape follows McLaren's "everything for a reason" design principle found throughout the car. The center of the front splitter is a case in point. It is the inlet for the eHVAC system and also houses the front radar, which is part of the optional ADAS package.


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