McLaren delivers open air thrills with Artura Spider

McLaren has revealed its first ever performance hybrid convertible, with the covers coming off the 2025 Artura Spider. With the roof open, its electrified silence stealthily primes the neural senses like no other model before it.

From there, you can move through multiple drive modes, leading to a crescendo of sound from the Artura Spider’s redesigned exhaust system, which delivers more power and performance than the original Artura.

Capable of 0-100km/h in 3.0 seconds, 0-200km/h in 8.4 seconds and 0-300km/h in 21.6 seconds, the Artura Spider has a top speed of 330km/h, offering 515kW of power from its 3.0-litre V6/E-motor powertrain.

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The lightest convertible supercar in its class, there 720Nm of torque on tap, and a revised transmission calibration for faster gearshifts. Response rates from the proactive damping control suspension has been improved by up to 90 per cent for 2025 too.

Greater braking power and consistency at high speeds comes courtesy of new brake cooling ducts and improved thermal management. The Artura Spider’s retractable one-piece hard-top operates electrically in just 11 seconds, at speeds of up to 50km/h.

For those wondering, the fuel economy figures are just 4.8-litres/100km for the new Artura, with all 2025 models (Coupe and Spider) featuring an increased EV range that now sits at 33km.

Inside, a HD touchscreen infotainment system integrates with a range of advanced driver assist systems, while Apple CarPlay is standard, with the option to add wireless phone charging.

Expected to arrive here in Q3 of this year, the next-generation McLaren Artura’s safety tech includes blind spot monitoring cross-traffic detection, road sign recognition and lane departure warning.

A range of new paint colours will also be available, along with new Stealth black badging. The McLaren Artura is backed by a 5-year warranty, a 6-year battery warranty and a 10-year body perforation corrosion warranty. A 3-year service plan is also included.

To get your hands on the 2025 Artura Coupe or Spider, you’ll need to be spending $477,310 or $525,010 respectively, both plus on-roads. For more info, talk to your local McLaren Automotive dealer. If you’re keen on one and need finance, talk to CreditOne.

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