McLaren Financial Services has extended its finance range, adding a PCP offer for its latest Sports Series models. This includes the 570GT and the lower priced 540C coupe.

The latter vehicle may be of particular interest to some commuters, as McLaren have noted its £946.93 per month equates to £31.13 per day – less than an anytime return journey on the Gatwick Express from London Victoria. There is also a £35,000 deposit on the McLaren to consider, however. The finance term is over 37 months with an optional final payment of £78,755. Representative APR is 7.9%

The more expensive 570GT is also available for a £35,000 deposit, however the 36 monthly payments are £1,387.54, and the optional final payment will be £92,689.

The manufacturer said the finance offering had been made possible thanks to residual values reaching as high as 63% after three years and 30,000 miles.

Jolyon Nash, executive director of global sales and marketing at McLaren, said: “The market reception to the McLaren Sports Series has been exceptional and we see an ever increasing number of customers purchasing their cars via McLaren Financial Services.

“The Sports Series introduced McLaren to a completely new audience and customer profile. We are proud to have delivered a world-beating product and our very competitive finance offering promises to further improve our luxury ownership and customer experience.”

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Since June 2015, JBR Capital has provided and facilitated McLaren’s financial services offering through a white label agreement.