Powerful, fast, comfortable and, yes, practical — this is truly the McLaren of exotic grand tourers. The McLaren GT might have the most straightforward name of all time, perhaps only behind the Renault Le Car. The latest trend for manufacturers of fun, fast or luxurious cars is to branch out and expand into the lucrative SUV market. But not at McLaren. Instead, the people in charge of McLaren Automotive have decided that what their customers want, in addition to their lineup of street- and track-focused supercars, is a grand tourer — a true McLaren GT. McLaren has dabbled in GTs before: The 570GT was a supercar with some token of practicality and the older Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren was a fever dream of a bygone era. Yet the automaker says the aptly named McLaren GT is its first proper grand tourer. While McLaren initially set its sights on challenging manufacturers such as Ferrari and Lamborghini with its supercars, the GT takes aim at fellow Brits Aston Martin and Bentley. Both make cars that adhere to the list of requirements of a grand tourer: powerful, fast, comfortable, luxurious and with a certain degree of practicality and ease of use. The Aston Martin DB11 AM...