McLaren has confirmed the new 675LT
These days, McLaren has confirmed its new model 675LT, which is based on the 650S. The car’s name includes the figure “675” as the output and the “LT” as a redesigned long tail similar to the legend F1 GTR Long Tail as well.
According to a teaser revealed by the auto manufacturer, the novelty will be officially presented at the auto show in Geneva this year. By the way, at the same event, McLaren will roll its new P1 GTR racecar aimed for the Formula One of this year season.
In addition, the McLaren’s representative said the new 675LT would enter the new carmaker’s family “Super Series”, which has already includes 650S and 625C oriented only the Asian auto market.
The automaker will present the Super Series soon after the Sports Series targeting to be revealed at the show in New York this April.
The new member of the Super Series, the 675LT, is one of the lightest and quickest models of the family. The novelty will come in a coupe body style equipped with improved aerodynamics and speed techs. Moreover, the new 675LT will weigh lighter by 220 pounds than the basic-car 650S.
The novelty is equipped with the 3.8-liter V8 twin turbocharged engine similar to the 650S and 625C. That powertrain will produce the output of 666 horsepower, which works with the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The 675LT will get the rear-wheel-drive.
We will share more information and fresh details about the novelty, when the carmaker probably gives them at the auto show in Geneva, which takes place at the beginning of the March.
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