The McLaren 675LT is a next-level track supercar that appears to have all the technology and high-performance features to be a winner on the race track. McLaren's racing pedigree is matched by few, and this level looks set to continue the company's tradition for manufacturing cutting-edge racing machines.
Despite being designed with the track in mind, the Mercedes 675LT will be fully road legal and is by far the lightest and most powerful vehicles in the McLaren Super Series. This vehicle is capable of zooming along from a still position to 100 km/h in a scarcely believable 2.9 seconds, thanks to a futuristic traction control system. The vehicle's top speed is 330 km/h, made possibly by a 3.8-liter V8 plant.
While it's all well and good creating vehicles that can dominate on the race track, the fact that this machine can be shown off on regular streets is what makes it really noteworthy.
The McLaren 675LT Will Debut At the 2015 Geneva Motor Show
1. Next-level Track Supercars - Opportunity to develop advanced racing machines with cutting-edge technology.
2. Futuristic Traction Control Systems - Opportunity to innovate and improve traction control systems in high-performance vehicles.
3. Road-legal Supercars - Opportunity to create high-performance vehicles that can be driven on regular streets.
1. Automotive Manufacturing - Opportunity for automotive manufacturers to develop and produce high-performance track and road cars.
2. Automotive Technology - Opportunity to develop and optimize traction control systems for improved performance and safety in supercars.
3. Automotive Retail - Opportunity to market and sell road-legal supercars with exceptional speed and performance.