The 2015 Geneva Motor Show will open its doors to general public on 5th to 15th of March, 2015. McLaren will be debuting their new supercar at the motor show. The UK based manufacturer has christened its new performance car as the 675LT, where LT stands for Long Tail.
The engineers and designers have made this a track-worthy supercar and have reduced weight where possible. It is a street legal supercar and vital features like air-con system have been omitted. Owners can get an air-conditioner fitted by McLaren for no additional cost, if some comfort is on your agenda.
McLaren 675LT Front View
The 675LT gets McLaren's family headlight design with LED running lights. It sports a air-diffuser upfront, which is integrated into the front bumper. Designers have spent weeks and months in wind tunnels to get the aerodynamics perfect for this supercar.
McLaren 675LT Side View
One can clearly make out that the McLaren 675LT looks longer than other supercars from the manufacturer. It sport a large side air-scoop just after the door ends, this is to provide cooling for their engine. The 5-star designed alloy wheel looks super cool, along with the red monoblock brake callipers.
McLaren 675LT Rear View
The most prominent feature on the rear of McLaren 675LT is their integrated rear wing. Stop and turn indicators are LED powered and provide a futuristic look. The McLaren logo sits right in between the dual exhaust outlets.
McLaren 675LT Engine
McLaren have given the 675LT a 3.8-litre V8 Twin Turbo engine. The engineers have extracted 666 horsepower, along with 700 Nm of peak torque. This mammoth-sized engine is mated to a 7-speed SSG transmission and hits a top speed of 330 km/h. McLaren 675LT can sprint from o to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds, while 0 to 200 km/h can be achieved in 7.9 seconds.
McLaren 675LT Interior
The interior is simple, nothing too fancy, although we like the black, red and carbon fibre inserts. Major focus has been paid to driving experience, all controls and equipment are focused towards the driver. The instrument console is all digital and provides various information to improve driving. McLaren has provided a flat bottom steering wheel and race-type bucket seat.
McLaren 675L Global Debut
The 675LT by McLaren will mark its global debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The UK-based supercar manufacturer will also showcase several other vehicles, however, this is new model is expected to hog the limelight at the motor show.