McLaren GT Custom Forged Wheel Rims.
Stunning McLaren GT on LOMA Blackforce One custom forged rims.
McLaren GT Custom Forged Wheel Rims are built-in with the LOMA TrackSpec® Technology. This means that your McLaren GT custom forged wheel rims are ready for track days while still having their 24-month warranty on the structure. Before we come to the breathtaking LOMA Wheels, let's look at the car itself because it's McLarens first GT. McLaren's cars typically emphasize performance, but not in this case because luxury takes the driver's seat with the automaker's deluxe GT. This is McLaren's grand tourer, built to head with cars from brands such as Bentley and Aston Martin. This McLaren coupe blends enthusiast-friendly performance from behind the wheel with a level of comfort shoppers expect in this class. The GT provides more room for cargo than other McLaren cars. There's enough trunk space on board for it to serve as an accommodating daily driver, at least in theory. This class's typical vehicle is more practical in this respect, with seating for four or five passengers. Still, the GT shines as one of the most livable models in McLaren's stable.
The truth is, we don't really think that this is a GT. Why? Because GT's tend to have 2+2 seats and not 2 seats only with more space on the rear. Does it mean that we don't like it? Hell No, the car is incredible, but to us, a road racer with just a bit more space inside. Just because of this, we focus on all other McLaren cars on the performance. Less is more and in this case, are the LOMA BLACKFORCE ONE wheels unbeatable. Reducing unsprung mass to a point where others just look paralyzed and think, is that possible? Yes, it is. In fact, since 2008, we are leading the SUPERLIGHT business like no other. Just as McLaren collects its experience on the racetrack, so do we. The sizes for this beauty are now 8,5J × 20J with 245/30 R20 Pirelli tires for the front and 12J × 21J with 325/25 R21 tires for the rear. Decide for yourself if that looks sexy now or what.
The Blackforce One forged concave wheels are available in endless finishes. One of the most popular is our Competition Beluga Black, as shown in the pictures. Contact us today to get your set of LOMA Wheels straight out of Monte Carlo.
McLaren cars typically emphasize performance, but luxury takes the driver's seat with the automaker's deluxe GT. This is McLaren's grand tourer, built to head with cars from brands such as Bentley and Aston Martin. This McLaren coupe blends enthusiast-friendly performance from behind the wheel with a level of comfort shoppers expect in this class. The GT provides more room for cargo than other McLaren cars. There's enough trunk space on board for it to serve as an accommodating daily driver. Passenger capacity tops out at two. This class's typical vehicle is more practical in this respect, with seating for four or five passengers. Still, the GT shines as one of the most livable models in McLaren's stable.
McLaren sells the GT in a single trim level decked out with enough amenities to please the typical buyer in this class. The car boasts a staggered wheel layout, with 20-inch rims in the front and 21-inch rims in the rear. All models are equipped with LED headlamps. The lights come with rain and light sensors and sequential LED indicators. A fixed rear wing sits above slim LED taillights, a large rear diffuser, and sizable exhaust tailpipes in the back. You'll find standard equipment such as leather upholstery and knurled-aluminum controls within the cabin. Every GT coupe comes with tech features such as navigation and Bluetooth connectivity and driver-assistance features such as a backup camera. McLaren offers a long list of GT options, including amenities such as an upgraded sound system and rear privacy glass.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance.
McLaren has equipped the GT with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 that generates 612 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque. It's paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels. As you'd expect from a vehicle wearing the McLaren nameplate, the GT counts swift acceleration among its strengths. The company claims that the coupe sprints from zero to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds; we have yet to test one to verify that claim. The car comes with launch control and features that optimize acceleration from a standing start. The car's ride quality is comfortable enough to make it a pleasant choice for every-day driving, and the GT offers a selection of driving modes that allow you to customize the car's handling to your desires.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG.
According to McLaren, the GT achieves a mileage of 15/22 mpg city/highway. That puts it behind the Aston Martin DB11, a rival with fuel economy that comes in at as high as 18/24 mpg.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo.
This McLaren is accessed via dihedral doors, a feature that's unusual among grand tourers. Relative to the other models in this class, the GT has a disadvantage when it comes to passenger capacity. While most models in this segment seat four or more passengers, this coupe accommodates just two. The cabin is more deluxe than that of the typical McLaren, with much supple hide. Nappa leather upholstery is standard, and cashmere and microfiber options are offered. An optional panoramic glass roof lets natural light into the cabin. The glass roof is available with an electrochromic feature that allows it to switch from opaque to varying transparency levels at the touch of a button. Unfortunately, luxury features such as massaging and ventilated front seats—commonly offered by other picks in this class—aren't available on this McLaren. The GT provides cargo capacity that's generous for this class. There's a rear luggage bay that offers 14.8 cubic feet of storage in the back. There's also a front trunk showing an additional 5.3 cubic feet, bringing total cargo capacity to 20.1 cubic feet. With a rival such as the Aston Martin DB11, you get only nine cubic feet of room for your gear. Keep in mind, though, that due to the engine's placement, the GT's rear cargo area gets very hot. A laptop stored there was warm enough to cause concern after a drive.
Infotainment and Connectivity.
The GT's lineup of tech features includes a 7.0-inch portrait-style touchscreen. The automaker says its graphics were inspired by those used on private jets. SiriusXM satellite radio and navigation are standard and Bluetooth phone and music streaming and a four-speaker sound system. A 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins system is optional.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features.
The 2020 McLaren GT Spider hasn't received an overall crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Unfortunately, driver-assistance features such as blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and forward-collision mitigation aren't offered with the GT. Key safety features include: