Feel pure adrenaline in McLaren 675LT – most focused the lightest driver and exclusive series produced supercar from McLaren.
The McLaren F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ from 1997 presented the evolution of the Le Mans winner F1 GTR Nearly two decades later, McLaren dare a similar evolution:. To appearing in a limited series 675LT, the development of the 650S. He represents our uncompromising ambition to create an instinctive driving experience of unrivaled intensity. More power, less weight, more precision – in our quest for ultimate perfection on road and track has been observed every little detail.
The Le Mans racing machine, which exceeded the limits of the possible – and serves as inspiration for the new 675LT.
In 1995 we wrote racing history: the 24-hour race at Le Mans we started with the McLaren F1 GTR, the construction of which was based on a road car, to a purpose-built racing prototypes – and won. Shortly thereafter, in 1997, the light of day :, saw the F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ A vehicle that plumbed with its countless innovations not only the limits of what is physically possible, but also the technical requirements fully utilizing go for maximum.
Based on a carbon fiber monocoque, decreed the “long tail” on a radically redesigned body, including a longer nose and a protracted rear section.
Despite an even tougher competition from the McLaren F1 GTR ‘Longtail’ finished at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1997 with almost 30 laps, the 1st and 2nd place in the GT1 class – and the second and third overall.
Overall, only ten “Longtail” -Rennversionen and three road versions were built – which makes these vehicles to the rarest of all road-going McLaren. Could there be a better inspiration for the 675LT is therefore to build the most focused on the driver and exclusive representative of the McLaren Super Series?