McLaren 675LT

675LT

Experience the raw adrenaline of the 675LT, the lightest, most driver-focused, most exclusive series-production McLaren supercar ever built.

The 1997 McLaren F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ was the ultimate evolution of the Le Mans-winning F1 GTR. Almost two decades on, the limited-edition 675LT follows its uncompromising ethos to create a visceral driving experience of unique intensity. More power, less weight, more precision – nothing has escaped our attention in the quest for perfection on both road and track. 

 

Inspired by the McLaren F1 GTR ‘Longtail’

The 675LT features striking carbon fibre bodywork that increases downforce by an astonishing 40 percent over any other model in the Super Series.

Performance is similarly striking. The re-engineered M838TL V8 twin-turbocharged engine produces 675PS (666bhp) and 700Nm (516lb ft) – increases of 25PS (25bhp) and 22Nm (16lb ft) – and the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox is now twice as fast.

The carbon fibre MonoCell provides the 675LT with an unrivalled combination of lightness, safety and stiffness, in common with all models in the McLaren Super Series. But an obsessive weight-saving strategy unlocks a further 100kg reduction compared with the 650S. From lightweight carbon fibre racing seats to a 1mm thinner windscreen, no opportunity to save weight has been overlooked.

Ultra lightweight forged alloy wheels and Pirelli P-ZERO™ Trofeo R tyres, carbon ceramic brakes and an uprated suspension system that embraces technology from the McLaren P1™ also contribute to the radical specification.

McLaren 675LT
DESIGN

Informed by motorsport success and designed to set your pulse racing, the 675LT is the most striking of all McLaren Super Series models

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McLaren 675LT
PERFORMANCE

Advanced turbocharged engine, super-fast gearshifts, exceptional handling… the 675LT unleashes race-winning technology for the ultimate adrenaline rush

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