McLaren's fifth new model in its Track25 strategy is the GT, with the promise of being the most comfortable road car the company has produced. As the name implies, the GT is built to be a grand touring car, with plenty of interior room and storage for long trips or getting clubs to the golf course — with a mid-engine layout. Despite its comfort focus, the GT doesn't skimp on McLaren performance. A 4-liter twin-turbo V8 makes 610 horsepower, good for 3.1 second 0-60 sprints and a top speed of 203 MPH. Using the MonoCell II-T monocoque as a base, hydraulic dampers have a Comfort mode and active aerodynamics on the exterior. Despite the emphasis on making yourself at home on long journeys, the GT has plenty of McLaren's track-focused DNA.