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News McLaren 570S Gets The Right Amount Of Attention From Pogea Racing

McLaren 570S Gets The Right Amount Of Attention From Pogea Racing

German tuner Pogea Racing concentrates on the important stuff when modifying the McLaren 570S


  • For some, 562 horsepower is not enough.

  • The upgrades make the 570S almost as fast as the 720S, for far less money.

  • Modifying supercars can go wrong but Pogea Racing has the right approach.


Too often, tuning companies, in their efforts to improve a car, take styling off the charts and into an undesirable zone. Pogea Racing understands the inherent beauty and elegance in the McLaren 570S and only upgrades what can and should be.

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

There are rich people, and then there are really rich people. The latter might opt for the McLaren 720S and boast its superiority. The rich will settle for the McLaren 570S, and save roughly $90,000 US. For €11,000, or about $12,750, 570S owners will give 720S owners a run for their money thanks to Pogea Racing.

The investment includes lovely 20-inch wheels with Michelin tires, and this concludes the visual enhancements to the 570S, a brilliant decision. Other elements thrown in are a KW coilover suspension, a performance exhaust system and an ECU upgrade.

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

The result is a power boost from the standard 562 horsepower to 657 ponies. The real gains come in the form of torque, 143 lb.-ft. extra to be more precise. The newfound 586 lb.-ft. of torque are largely responsible for the new speed. The 0-100km/h (0-62 mph) sprint drops from 3.2 seconds to 2.9. Top speed climbs from 204 mph to 207 mph (328 to 333 km/h).

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

Pogea Racing McLaren 570S | Photo: Pogea Racing

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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