For the first time since the P1, McLaren is releasing a hybrid supercar — the Artura. Outside, the Artura appears extremely derivative of McLaren's current offerings, but underneath is a radically different powertrain and chassis. Gone is the carbon fiber Monocell architecture that's been around in one form or another since the 2011 MP4-12C. In its place is the McLaren Carbon Lightweight Architecture, along with new front and rear suspension designs. But the biggest change sits just aft of the driver, with an all-new twin-turbo 120-degree V6, electric motor, and eight-speed transmission. The 577-horsepower V6 carries the turbos between the vee, while the transmission has no reverse gear — the 94-horsepower electric motor spins backward, along with filling in low-end torque. A decent curb weight of 3,300 pounds propels the Artura from 0-60 in three seconds with a top speed of 205 MPH. The Artura will be available in the third quarter of 2021.