Declassified names of future McLaren supercars

Declassified names of future McLaren supercars


The British supercar manufacturer McLaren has registered the Aeron, Aonic and Solus trademarks with the UK, EU and US patent offices. The applications indicate that these names will be used for vehicles, clothing, shoes and toys. McLaren is likely to ditch alphanumeric model designations.

CarBuzz reports that the Aeron, Aonic and Solus names are likely reserved for upcoming hybrid supercars based on the MCLA architecture. As a reminder, all the models of the brand were previously designated by alphanumeric indexes, except for the Ultimate Series hypercars – Elva, Senna and Speedtail.

The Artura hypercar belongs to the Supercars category and belongs to the 720S and 765LT line, while the GT remains on its own for now. At the moment, the automaker has not announced when the cars with the new names will appear. It is noteworthy that along with the name Artura, the British patented such trademarks as Arkon, GTZ, Veo and Vion, but so far no cars with such names have been announced.

Artura is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 equipped with a pair of turbochargers. The power plant has a power of 585 hp, and the eight-speed robotized transmission has an integrated 95-horsepower electric motor with axial magnetic flux, which is unique in the industry. The total output of the hybrid reaches 680 hp. Exclusively on electric traction, a car can travel about 30 km and accelerate to 130 km / h. From a standstill to 100 km / h, the hypercar accelerates in 3.0 seconds, and the maximum speed is limited to 330 km / h.

Add your comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *