Introduced for the first time during New York Auto Show this month, after a long series of teaser and info, the all-new McLaren 570S is already preparing for a US market debut.
In an official press release, the British manufacturer announced that its entry-level supercar will have a starting price of $184,900 USD, which is considerably less than the current 650S, its bigger and more powerful brother. The potential US customer of the new 570S will be able to place their money, hoping to receive the supercar at the end of this year. 
Weighing as low as 1,313 kg (2,895 lbs), thanks in part to the lightweight carbon fiber MonoCell II chassis, the Sports Series is almost 150kg (331 lbs) lighter than its closest rival. Power provided by an evolution of the 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 engine with 30 percent new components. This ensures 570 hp, as the name suggests, with the 570S boasting a power-to-weight figure of 434 hp per ton (5 lbs per hp).
At the New York motor show, we could see two examples of customization for the 570S. The Ventura Orange model showed a more track-focus, with extensive exterior carbon fiber upgrades, optional stealth-finished five-spoke lightweight wheel option and two-tone sports interior, while the Blade Silver model debuted a more luxurious specification with saddle tan interior and the 10-spoke super lightweight wheels.