McLaren 675LT was officially revealed back in February after a long teaser campaign. Since summer days are more for outdoors experiences, McLaren decided to unleash the supercar on the track. Fortunately, everything was captured on a video, so you and I are now lucky and can view it. This is a memorable video, since its shows a lot of the performance capabilities of the 675LT. What is more, this is actually car's debut on the track, which makes everything even more impressive.
Fast Facts about McLaren 675LT
As you know, McLaren 675LT is the lightest by far and most powerful vehicle the company has ever produced for the Super Series. It is also the most track-focused one. You might ask why this is so? Well, the reasons are many, but the most important ones are the following: first the 675LT has been aerodynamically optimized and lightweight, meaning that it mainly built from carbon fiber.
This material has been used everywhere: from the front splitter and the big active ‘Longtail' Airbrake, right to the carbon fiber-shelled bucket seats inside. As a result 675LT achieves a dry weight of just 1,230kg.
The aero-credentials of the car are also fortified by the aerodynamics that also focuses on driver's engagement. As a matter of fact, in the video below you will find that the track-focused dynamics are highlighted further as the Napier Green model is demonstrated in each of its three handling and powertrain modes.
The exhilarating performance of the car is due to the powerful 3.8-litre V8 twin turbo engine producing 675PS (666bhp). It is also responsible for the mighty sound. Well, here also helps the titanium crossover exhaust.
Lightweight and powerful, the car is actually fully road legal. It is capable of covering the 0-100km/h acceleration time in 2.9 seconds. The 200 km/h barrier is broken in 7.9 seconds, focusing on the next goal – the 330 km/h top speed and going beyond it.
Production of the unique McLaren 675LT will be strictly limited. Now take a look at it as it makes its dynamic debut on the track.
Source: McLaren via YouTube