The McLaren 657LT represents an expansion at the very high end of the British automaker's Super Series. Unlike the McLaren 650S which is designed for the road, the 675LT is primarily built for the racetrack.
The vehicle features highly liberal use of carbon fiber all over, which makes it as much as 100 kg lighter than the 650S. It also produces 40 per cent more downforce, and is capable of slamming 100 km/h in an incredible 2.9 seconds. It can hit a top speed of 330 km/h.
The vehicle's interior cabin is reflective of its track-focused design, with supportive buckets keeping the driver in place and taller drivers given plenty of space to get comfortable.
Ultimately, the McLaren 675LT is a car designed for the track racing aficionado, who certainly won't be disappointed by this lean, mean racing machine.
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