The images, lightened digitally by Autocar, largely reveal the GT's styling from both a side profile and the rear.
The Woking-based maker said the McLaren GT "is poised to redefine the rules of the Grand Tourer segment, introducing renowned McLaren engineering and dynamic attributes alongside high-quality materials and exceptional comfort". It added that the grand tourer will "share DNA" with the Speedtail Hyper-GT.
The upcoming model, which will sit alongside McLaren's Sports and Super Series, was recently spotted in new spyshots detailing a design the firm's boss claims is more bespoke than the 570GT. Unlike the 570GT, which shared a strong resemblance in profile to the 570S, the new car has a unique body design.
The model is expected to be powered by McLaren’s 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, with more power than the 562bhp 570GT. Speaking at Geneva show, McLaren CEO Mike Flewitt said the car will be “more differentiated” than the 570GT was, with a “more dedicated focus on the characteristics you want in a GT”.
The first customer cars will arrive this autumn with an expected price of around £145,000, after a the reveal next week. It’s the fourth car to reach production under the Woking brand’s Track25 business plan, out of a total of 18 new models due by 2025.
When the new model was announced at Geneva, Flewitt said that it could be the first of several more practical, but still performance-focused, cars produced by the firm.
Flewitt said: “It will be a car that combines competition levels of performance with continent-crossing capability, wrapped in a beautiful lightweight body. It’s a car that has been designed for distance and one that will also provide the comfort and space expected of a grand tourer.