McLaren’s first series-production hybrid supercar shows off its racing heritage at one of racing’s most important places.
Monaco is one of the world’s most legendary locations when it comes to cars and racing. It’s where legacies are forged and the most experienced motorsport drivers, brands, and teams are put to the ultimate test. McLaren is a brand that has motorsport running through its veins, and the McLaren Artura, McLaren’s first series-production High-Performance Hybrid supercar, combines the heritage, innovation, and legacy of McLaren’s race cars, the McLaren P1 hybrid hypercar, and McLaren’s other supercars.
The Artura has made its debut in mainland Europe at Monaco for the Monaco Grand Prix weekend by taking an honorary lap around the legendary track, showing off its hybrid performance and racing-ready dynamics, and it was driven by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and H.S.H Hereditary Prince Jacuqes and finished in the iconic McLaren Orange color. With a debut European appearance at Monaco, the McLaren Artura shows invariably that it’s a celebration of the past, present, and future of motorsport.