Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Wed, 02/25/2015 - 08:30
With a week before one of the most rich in exclusive realeases Auto Show, yes the Geneva Motor Show, supercar brands announce new vehicles like mushrooms after rain.
Earlier today we wrote about the Aston Martin Vulcan, but now, it's time for McLaren's track day car, which is called the 675LT. It is based on the 650, but with more muscles.
Outside, the car features some modifications, with touch-ups on front bumper and skirts, while on the rear, everything between the tail lights has been redesigned. At this point you are probably wondering what does the "LT" stands for, well it means Longtail and it refers to the active airbrake on the back, which is 50% larger than the one on the 650s.
Compared to it's brother, the car is lighter, whilist keeping the same 3.8 twin-turbo V8, it now boasts more power, the output bends to it's name, 675PS, or the devilish number of 666HP, a hefty torque of 700Nm, makeing the car capable of sprinting to 100km.h in 2.9s.
Car will make it's debut next week, once the Geneva Auto Show will start.