It will go on show in 11 different countries across Europe.
The car, which will go into production later this year, 18 of McLaren's 25 showrooms in 11 different European markets. Fans of the brand as well as prospective customers are being invited to check out the new car, and exclusive events for existing McLaren customers will also be held during the tour.
"The McLaren GT is designed with long-range touring in mind, so a Grand Tour of the European continent is entirely fitting for our exciting new model, which will open up our brand to an important sector of the high-performance car market," David Gilbert, Managing Director Europe, McLaren Automotive. "We would like to invite McLaren customers and followers to visit us on the McLaren GT’s summer Grand Tour, which will be a great opportunity to admire the new car’s elegant design as well as a chance to discover more about the whole McLaren range."
The new McLaren GT is, like all McLarens, mid-engined, which makes it unlike typical grand tourers. That being said, there's a combined 570 litres of luggage space in both the front and rear, while in the middle there's comfy seats and improved sound-proofing which makes the car quieter than an Aston Martin DB11 at motorway speeds.
Also in the middle is that engine – it's the same 4.0-litre V8 that's in all McLaren road cars. For the GT it puts out 620 bhp. That allows it to hit 62 mph from zero in just 3.2 seconds, and a top speed of 203 mph.
As Well as the GT, you can check out other cars in McLaren's current range at the tour events. On show will be the £149,000, 204mph 570S and the recently-launched £237,000 720S Spider and the track-focused £750,000 McLaren Senna.
You can see the McLaren GT on display at the following locations on the following dates:
- June 17: Bristol/Birmingham & Leeds
- June 20: London/Ascot & Manchester
- June 25: Utrecht
- June 26: New Forest
- June 27: Glasgow & Brussels
- July 2: Hamburg, Frankfurt & Lugano
- July 4: Munich, Dusseldorf & Milan
- July 10: Zurich, Stuttgart & Barcelona
- July 17: Paris