After the McLaren 675LT blew everyone away last year, its roofless version has been introduced. Gentlemen, meet the 675LT Spider.Just like the coupe, the Spider promises thrills behind the wheel in the form of a 0-100kph time of 2.9
If you own a supercar, it's a given that having someone else own the same car at the country club is a rare (and annoying) occurrence. You buy the car not only because you can afford it, but also because you
With the McLaren 675LT's launch at the Geneva Motor Show, the British carmaker revealed more details about the "lightest, most powerful and fastest model in the McLaren Super Series."According to McLaren, it will also be the most exclusive production model
After teasing us with a name and a torque figure, McLaren has at last shown its 675LT in all its glory. As we wrote previously, the LT stands for "Longtail," a nod to the legendary McLaren F1 racing variants of the '90s.
A week ago, McLaren Automotive revealed that it was reviving the LT--short for "Longtail"--name it last used on the McLaren F1, and that it would be for the upcoming 675LT. At that time, the only detail the British supercar maker
McLaren Automotive recently marked a milestone with its Super Series line--which is made up of the 12C, the 12C Spider, the 650S, the 625C and, more recently, the 675LT--by building the 5,000th unit of its groundbreaking carbon-fiber MonoCell
McLaren Automotive is reviving its legendary "Longtail" moniker with the launch of the McLaren 675LT at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.According to McLaren, the 675LT embodies the Longtail ethos "with a focus on performance-optimized aerodynamics, increased downforce, driver engagement, power