When McLaren refused to lower down to build a crossover, the curiosity around what a McLaren Sedan might look like. The freelance automotive designer, Andrey Sulemin, created a McLaren Sedan which, unfortunately, won't reach the production line ever. Still, a glimpse at the possible sedan is worth a minute of your time.
Many other high-class brands, such as Lamborghini and Aston Martin already are working on a crossover project to boost their sales and widened their clientele. This is a good marketing trick, but McLaren won't do it. Like never-never. Since many fans would most likely drive a super sedan built by McLaren, most of them pointed out the four-door GT version.
There’s zero chance for McLaren to change its mind, so get ready everyone, the freelance automotive designer Andrey Sulemin offers you an envisioned Super Sedan McLaren. He named it 44, combined the innovative McLaren styling and the demand for a comfortable four-seat interior while also being spacious enough to accommodate four people.
At the front end, you can recognize the flowing curves and slender lighting units with black surrounds. The lighting has small openings that help to channel air out the front wheel wells and the feature continues with flowing bodywork style and handleless doors. Meanwhile, to spot a rakish windscreen, which spills into a sloping glass roof exposing its geometric structure. There are some muscular rear haunches, a ventilated rear fascia, and a sporty diffuser.
Sulemin stated for Carscoops that he followed McLaren’s design philosophy. “Every single detail here is either responsible for a function or improves proportions.” “Apart from squeezing four people inside the car, there was also a challenge of keeping McLaren DNA while calming down its aggressiveness.”
Note: These renderings were created by and are not related to or endorsed by McLaren