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Despite its slightly lower sticker price, the McLaren 570S was still pretty much made for the track but legal for the street. But for those that need a modicum of creature comforts, the McLaren 570GT is a kinder, gentler 570. Gone are lightweight interior fabrics and underneath the panoramic roof is a cockpit covered in leather. A softer suspension is not as harsh or bone-jarring over uneven pavement, while the entertainment system has twice as many speakers or as high as twelve for the optional Bowers & Wilkins system. Just about the only item neither kinder nor gentler is the 3.8-liter twin-turbo, which puts 562 hp to the tarmac, which is the same engine as its meaner sibling. Available later this year.

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