No, we did not transpose the numbers “675” and “765.” Earlier this year, McLaren introduced its latest lightweight, track-focused model, the 765LT. That’s not to be confused with the 675LT, introduced in 2015. The first deliveries are expected in October, starting at about $375,000. Here’s a closer look.
McLaren Special Operations, MSO, spent eight months developing and building a group of 10 special 570S models, which were designed to emulate the look and feel of a McLaren 570S GT4 racecar in a fully road-legal package.
Unless you attended its unveiling at the New York International Auto Show in April, you may not have been formally introduced to the new 2016 McLaren 570S. Let us help you get acquainted. It comes in at an estimated $185,000, and has 562 horsepower.