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Hong Kong – As McLaren continues to increase its presence globally, the acclaimed British sports car marque has announced plans for its first tailored model for the selective markets in Asia – the new McLaren 625C. Aimed at meeting the specific needs of sports car enthusiasts in these markets, the new McLaren 625C will offer a refined design that maintains the performance-orientated drive setup that is the hallmark of the McLaren brand. It will be available in a Coupé and Spider version and provides a ground-breaking new addition to McLaren showroom in Hong Kong.
The designated name ‘625C’ represents the power output created by the highly efficient derivative of the McLaren 3.8-litre twin turbo V8 power plant – a spine-tingling 625PS (616bhp) complemented by a wide range of other technical advances already debuted on the McLaren 650S and McLaren P1™. The new McLaren 625C employs a seven-speed dual clutch ‘SSG’ transmission, which can operate as fully automatic or, using the steering wheel-mounted rocker paddle shifts, semi-automatic or fully manual. Imbued with this power output, the 625C will accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 3.1 seconds, with the Coupé variant racing to 200 km/h (124 mph) in a stunning 8.8 seconds. And despite the lower power of the 625C, the maximum speed of the 625C still mirrors that of the 650S, at 333 km/h (207mph) [329 km/h (204 mph) for Spider], and CO2 emissions also remain the same, at 275 g/km. Nonetheless, this is a new McLaren with an increased focus on day-to-day usability and comfort.
The additional ‘C’ in 625C serves to signify ‘Club’, highlighting the status of the 625C as a super sports car adapted for the more specific demands of the inner-city urban lifestyle. New dampers and revised mechanical balance make the ride of McLaren 625C even more pleasing. The bespoke set up, with a less stiff spring rate at the rear, optimises suspension response with no loss in ride comfort through the ProActive Chassis Control system in ‘Normal’ mode. In addition, the revised system provides a composed and compliant ride, without any compromise to handling or performance in ‘Sport’ and ‘Track’ modes.
Form follows function in the design of every new McLaren – and the new 625C is no different from all the cutting edge McLaren models now available. The Formula 1™-inspired active aerodynamics as featured on the McLaren P1™, have been optimised to offer enhanced levels of performance and ability. The McLaren Airbrake in tandem with a large rear diffuser offers optimised levels of down force on the rear of the car, and has been customised to provide greater levels of functionality and stability in the wider range of challenging conditions presented by modern city driving. These clean lines are also visible along the dihedral doors – an iconic characteristic of all McLaren models since the original McLaren F1 of the 1990s – flowing into a subtly re-profiled turning vane which is designed to optimise cooling to the engine.
The second-generation touch screen IRIS telematics system further simplifies vehicle commands, and reduces the number of switches and controls in the cabin. As with the systems in the McLaren P1™, IRIS is configured to work in portrait, not landscape mode – which is more intuitive for the everyday driver. With this orientation of the screen, the driver and passenger sit closer together, optimising weight distribution and creating a driver experience that is not only more refined but also more sporty. Optional upgrades also include the two new Enhanced Technology Packs, which offer parking sensors, a reversing camera and electronic heated seats.
The new McLaren 625C will be available in Coupé and Spider body-styles from launch. The McLaren 625C Coupé has a fixed roof and glass engine cover, while the Spider features a two-piece Retractable Hard Top (RHT) that can be automatically raised or lowered in less than 17 seconds. The roof can be activated while stationary or at any speed up to 30km/h (19mph). Inside the cabin, the detail changes from the McLaren 650S Spider are carried across to the 625C Spider, and extend to both the audio and climate control systems. Audio output changes when the roof is open – to compensate for extra external noise – while the climate control adapts when the roof is lowered.
To meet the increasing demand for cars that cater to the needs of urban supercar enthusiasts, the new McLaren 625C combines the distinctive, progressive styling of the 650S with a revolutionary level of refinement and ride quality that sets new standards in the super sports segment. Like every McLaren though, the new 625C also delivers exceptional performance combined with remarkable efficiency. “Five decades of motorsport success, coupled to the expertise and developments resulting from the McLaren P1™ has enabled another no-compromise super sports car,” comments Mirko Bordiga, Regional Director of McLaren Asia Pacific, “Proving that thrilling performance can be complemented by outstanding everyday usability, the new McLaren 625C follows the principles of our DNA and is built with an unrivalled passion.”
The new McLaren 625C Coupé and Spider’s suggested retail price in Hong Kong is HK$3,998,000 and HK$4,498,000 respectively.