McLaren Artura Spider debuts as the marque’s first hybrid convertible

McLaren Artura Spider debuts as the marque’s first hybrid convertible

ABU DHABI: McLaren has made an entry into the drop-top hybrid supercar world with the introduction of the Artura Spider. This new addition to the lineup of McLaren marks a leap forward in automotive innovation and engineering. The Artura Spider comes with a hybrid powertrain that promises enhanced fuel efficiency alongside increased power and reduced emissions. It also comes with various aerodynamic upgrades for outstanding performance.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What significant upgrades have been made to the Artura Spider to improve its performance?

    The new Artura Spider now delivers better power due to significant upgrades in its e-motor and turbocharged 3-litre V6 engine.
  • What features make the Artura Spider stand out from other supercars?

    The Artura Spider is the lightest convertible in its segment with a kerb weight of only 1,560kg.
  • McLaren Artura Spider

    The 2025 Artura Spider has been launched alongside the updated Artura Coupe. Both models come with many improvements, with the new Artura Spider now delivering even better power due to significant upgrades in its e-motor and turbocharged 3-litre V6 engine. These enhancements contribute to an outstanding combined output of 720 Nm of torque and 690 horsepower. 

    McLaren Artura Spider

    The McLaren Artura Spider claims 480 horsepower per tonne power-to-weight ratio leading to mind-blowing performance on the road. This hybrid marvel takes a mere 3.0 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour, rivalling its coupé counterpart’s performance. Such acceleration capabilities underscore the status of the Artura Spider as a true supercar.

    McLaren Artura Spider

    The Artura Spider’s kerb weight is only 1,560kg which is around 62 kg more than the Coupe version. It is the lightest convertible in its segment with a folding hard top that operates electrically and goes down and up in 11 seconds. The Carbon Lightweight Architecture technology of McLaren means that it doesn’t have a fixed roof yet you won’t experience any loss in rigidity.

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