‘Entry-level’ McLaren P13 destined for Geneva debut next year

McLaren will unveil its entry-level P13 supercar at the Geneva Motor Show, but there is a catch: You’ll have to wait until 2015.

According to Edmunds (hat tip to AutoGuide), the P13 will receive a different name when it is unveiled in Geneva and go on sale shortly afterwards with a price tag of about $210,000.

Pegged as a competitor to the Audi R8 V10, Ferrari California and Porsche 911 Turbo S, the P13 will be similar in size to the 650S and will share the mid-engine, two-seat layout and a modified version of its carbon fibre body.

While McLaren hasn’t announced any official details, CEO Mike Flewitt told Edmunds the P13 will be more livable compared to the 650S. It will be powered by the company’s ubiquitous twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V8 and complete the zero-to-100 km/h run in about four seconds before topping out at 185 miles per hour.

In addition to that, Flewitt says we can expect another supercar — the P15 — in 2017. Rather than being an flagship supercar, the P15 will bridge the gap between the 650S and the P1.

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