McLaren recently announced that the first car from its second generation Super Series will make its debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. While the British carmaker had previously showed us the carbon-fibre tub that will form the main structure of the new model, we now get to see a bit more of the finished product with this latest teaser.

This time, we are treated to some of the aero work that McLaren has done on its new Super Series model, which it says provides double the aerodynamic efficiency of the McLaren 650S. The styling is certainly not far from a McLaren test mule seen previously, with the same curvaceous taillight and rear deck design. As per the norm, there’s plenty of carbon-fibre bodywork as well.

McLaren also provided some official details about its new car, which includes an active rear wing that extends over the full rear width of the car, moving upwards and increasing in angle for better aero efficiency. If needed, the wing can be deployed to its most extreme angle as an airbrake in less than half a second, similar to what you’ll find on the company’s flagship P1.

Elsewhere, the new Super Series model will get dihedral doors (or butterfly doors) like the P1, which feature two separate air ducts integrated within its structure. According to the company, one of the ducts will send air to the radiators to keep the engine cool, while the other draws air out of the front wheel arch to create increased downforce. The former is part of a 15% increase in cooling efficiency.

As a bit of a recap, McLaren’s Monocage II is said to contribute to a dry weight of just 1,283 kg for the new car, which it claims is lower than its closest competitor and 18 kg lighter than 650S. The company also says the new structure will provide not just better dynamics but also a better overall driving experience. We’ll have to wait for the Geneva show to see just what they’ve cooked up.

GALLERY: Next-gen McLaren Super Series prototype