Few people get to experience the thrill of real power. Power pushed to the very edge of reason until it rides that fine line between far enough and too far. Power that is so addictive, once tasted, it gets under your skin.Step forward the 675LT.
The 675LT Spider takes the outstanding DNA of the 675LT Coupé and adds a retractable folding hard top for the thrill of open top driving. Our fastest convertible indulges you in a rush of exhilaration and pulse-quickening sensations that are pure McLaren.
The front splitter is 80% larger than on the 650S and works the air harder. Our Formula 1™ style front wing end plates increase downforce over the front bodywork to improve turn-in motion and steering sharpness.
Aerodynamics have forged the 675LT’s dramatic shape to provide optimum levels of downforce and cooling. The airflow is worked to maximum efficiency across, beneath and through the bodywork.
The 675LT airbrake is 50% larger than on other Super Series models, yet its carbon fibre construction makes it weigh less. When downforce is required, it deploys to maximise stability. Under hard acceleration the airbrake lowers to minimise drag.
Over 50% of the parts are unique to the 675LT 3.8-litre engine versus the 650S, providing more power, torque and drivability. Upgraded components include new turbos, revised cylinder heads, new camshafts, and a faster flowing fuel pump and delivery system.
Accompanying the super-light carbon fibre MonoCell, is an upgrade to the suspension. The front and rear springs are 27% stiffer at the front and 63% stiffer at the rear – coupled with a faster steering rack, this gives the 675LT an extreme driving experience.
With a bespoke exhaust system unique to the 675LT, the airflow has been improved and engine sound has been enhanced to add an even more dynamic and resonant soundtrack.
In addition to numerous personalisation options, our 675LT designers have created six unique ‘By McLaren’ specifications. Each one has a distinctive body colour with exclusive interior and exterior combinations to match.
This upgrade pack consists of end plates, lower side intake and rear bumper upper in Visual Carbon Fibre.
An addition to the Carbon Exterior Upgrade Pack, the Club Sport Professional Pack represents the ultimate track day specification. It includes extensive use of carbon fibre exterior features, plus ultra-lightweight 10-spoke wheels.
|3.8 L V8
|3.7″ x 2.8″
|Compression ratio 8.70 to 1
|666-hp @ 7,100 rpm
|Fuel tank capacity
|516 lbs.-ft. @ 5,000 rpm
|Front curb weight
|Rear curb weight
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