At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the “McLaren of Grand Tourers” was announced, which is the fourth model in the company’s Track25 business plan after the Speedtail, 720S Spider and 600LT Spider.

The company recently released more photos of the yet-unnamed model (we’ll call it the Grand Tourer for now), with some of its camouflage stripped off. What’s underneath is a rather attractive design featuring slim headlamps, an aggressive face, large side intakes, dual exhausts, a vented rear bumper and thin lights strips as taillights.

There isn’t much in the way of details but some form of mid-mounted turbocharged V8 engine will likely power the Grand Tourer. However, outright performance isn’t what McLaren is focusing on here, because the vehicle must be both comfortable and refined over long distances, as a grand tourer should.

To ensure the Grand Tourer is capable of doing so, validation tests will be held, which includes a 1,600 km drive from McLaren’s development base near Barcelona, Spain, back to the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, England. The test will completed in one stint with two occupants and a full complement of luggage.

McLaren says the Grand Tourer will share its DNA with its Hyper-GT, the Speedtail, in that its “interior will feel spacious, uncluttered and modern with only authentic, high quality materials employed.” Additionally, the car won’t be part of any existing model Series and will be a bespoke model. Come May, we’ll be able to see the car without any camouflage at all, with possibly more details to follow.