The McLaren 570S enters the market as relatively affordable supercar: a cool $184,900. Featuring a 3.8-liter turbocharged V8 engine, a top speed of 204 mph and 562 BHP, it's no slouch, with a look drawing on biomimicry according to chief designer Robert Melville.
Referencing the dynamics of everything from falcons to sharks, features such as the nose have been designed by Melville with nature in mind.
Scoops in the McLaren's dihedral doors usher air into the engine cooling system.
A comparable Ferrari would be considerably more expensive, with the 570S going from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds.
Despite the thought that has gone into the aerodynamics of the car, Melville believes its refined interior "is the real star" of the 570S.
Melville says that when designing for McLaren he has adopted a molecular view, imagining air moving around and over the car.
McLaren entered the commercial market in 2011, designing and manufacturing out of its Foster+Partners designed McLaren Technology Centre in Surrey, England.