McLaren GT

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Asphalt 9 McLaren GT

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Car Information:

Class Type Fuel Refill Time In Game
C Epic 4 1:15 Hours Update 23 – 02/2022

Performance Data & Ranks

Max  5⭐ Topspeed Acceleration Handling Nitro
Stock 326 71.2 53.99 34.61
1⭐ 327.8 72.45 55.9 37.48
 2⭐ 330.3 74.12 58.48 41.85
 3⭐ 332.4 75.64 60.81 45.62
 4⭐ 334.4 77.96 64.38 49.25
 5⭐ 339.1 80.98 69.09 57.31

Car Ranks:

Stock 1⭐ 2⭐ 3⭐ 4⭐ 5⭐
2319 2536 2847 3123 3452 4022

Blueprints:

1⭐ 2 3 4 5 Total
35 15 21 28 35 134

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stage Credits Total
Stage 0 7.130 28.520
Stage 1 11.600 46.400
Stage 2 18.600 74.400
Stage 3 27.900 111.600
Stage 4 40.300 161.200
Stage 5 56.500 226.000
Stage 6 79.000 316.000
Stage 7 110.500 442.000
Stage 8 155.000 620.000
Stage 9 216.500 866.000
Stage 10 303.000 1.212.000
Stage 11 425.000 1.700.000
Stage 12 Max Credits 5.804.120
Import Parts Amount Credits Total
Common 36 40.000 Credits 1.440.000
Rare 16 80.000 Credits 1.280.000
Epic 8 240.000 Credits 1.920.000
Upgrades Credits 5.804.120
Total Cost: Credits 10.444.120

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McLaren GT Info:

The McLaren GT is a sports car designed and manufactured by British automobile manufacturer McLaren Automotive. It is the company’s first dedicated grand tourer and is based on the same platform underpinning the 720S with the addition of a carbon fibre rear deck to house a glazed tailgate creating significantly greater storage capacity.

The GT was first announced at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, but full details of the car were not released until May 15th of the same year.

Engine
The GT features a new variation of the 3,994 cc (4.0 L; 243.7 cu in) twin-turbocharged M840T V8 engine found in the 720S. Having a new dedicated codename of M840TE, the new engine has smaller turbochargers that deliver lower peak performance than its Super Series variant but greater low RPM-performance and responsiveness. The GT has a rated power output of 620 PS (456 kW; 612 hp) at 7,000 rpm, and the maximum torque is 465 lb⋅ft (630 N⋅m) at 5,500 rpm.

Suspension
The suspension system in the GT is also derived from the system in the 720S. The car utilises double wishbones at the front and rear axles, and a modified version of the ProActive Chassis Control II active damping system called Proactive Damping Control.

Performance
The company claims that the GT has a top speed of 326.7 km/h (203 mph), it can accelerate from 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) in 3.1 seconds, and 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 9 seconds.

Interior
The McLaren GT features 150 litres of storage space at the front and 420 litres in the rear, accommodating a full-sized set of golf clubs.

Nappa leather is standard upholstery, but drivers can also choose from a softer hide made by Bridge of Weir Leather in Scotland or in the future, cashmere. The new comfort seats have increased shoulder padding and back support, with electrical adjustment and heating as standard on Pioneer and Luxe models. A 7 inch touchscreen mounted in the centre controls a revamped infotainment system and is supplemented by a 12.3 inch driver information display which changes in layout depending on whether Comfort, Sport or Track mode is selected.

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