McLaren Artura.

McLaren has only made two hybrid supercars - the P1 and the Speedtail - until now. On Tuesday, the British automaker unveiled the Artura, the first hybrid supercar built on the new vehicle platform that will underpin its new generation of hybrid supercars.

A pure-EV mode gives the car an estimated all-electric range of 31km. 

Read on to learn more.

The Artura is an all-new hybrid supercar from McLaren.

McLaren Artura.

In August, the automaker announced an all-new platform that would underpin its upcoming generation of hybrid supercars.

McLaren Artura.

Source: Insider

The new platform is called the McLaren Carbon Lightweight Architecture, or MCLA.

McLaren Artura.

The Artura is the first car to be built on the MCLA platform.

McLaren Artura.


McLaren Artura.

It allows the Artura to have an all-electric driving range of up to 31km.

McLaren Artura.

You can plug in the Artura to charge it.

McLaren Artura.

It can regain 80% of its battery level in 2.5 hours if you use a standard EVSE cable.

McLaren Artura.

You can also use the engine to charge the battery.

McLaren Artura.

The gasoline motor is a twin-turbocharged.

McLaren Artura.


McLaren Artura.

A 0-to-100-kph sprint happens in an estimated three seconds.

McLaren Artura.

There's also a 330-kph limited top speed.

McLaren Artura.

Despite it being a hybrid, however, McLaren says the Artura weighs just 1,500kg.

McLaren Artura.

There are four driving modes to choose from.

McLaren Artura.

They are Comfort, Sport, Track, and E-mode for electric-only driving.

McLaren Artura.

You'll recognize the familiar McLaren spaciness in the cabin.

McLaren Artura.

McLaren decided to keep the hydraulically assisted steering system for maximum driver feedback.

McLaren Artura.

McLaren says the seats can even accommodate people who are taller than 1.9m

McLaren Artura.

The Artura will also come with adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, road sign recognition, and high-beam assist.

McLaren Artura.

Over the next 10 years, McLaren will build more hybrid cars.

McLaren Artura.

Source: Insider

But the automaker hopes to "cease any traditional engine development by 2030."

McLaren Artura.

Source: Insider

After that, McLaren wants to fully shift to building EVs.

McLaren Artura.

Source: Insider

We won't get an all-electric McLaren until close to the end of this decade, however.

McLaren Artura.

Source: Insider

If the hybrid does it for you, you don't have to wait to order your Artura.

McLaren Artura.


McLaren Artura.

Standard features include comfort seats and a vehicle nose-lift system.

McLaren Artura.


McLaren Artura.