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McLaren reveal all for the new 675LT

McLaren will reveal their production ready 675LT model from the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland next week but the firm have revealed the full line up of specs and some new pictures before this official reveal. We now know of some brand new details regarding what we can find both inside and outside of the brand new model. The new supercar is based upon the current 650S model but new techniques have been used which allows the vehicle to shed some weight compared to that of its predecessor in order to make the car deliver a much more agile and dynamic performance. Therefore with this information revealed, we know that the 675LT has been designed in order to sit above the 650S as far as the ranges line up is concerned. Some features are remaining the same for this Ferrari 458 rival like the engine but fine tuning has been made around certain areas.


What has changed and what has remained the same as the 650S?

So as we first stated, one of the updated sections of the vehicle has been the engine. Much like the 650S that the LT is based upon, we can see that a V8 3.8 litre engine coming paired to twin turbochargers still finds a place inside the vehicle but fine tuning has been done which sees power increase for this particular model now developing 666 brake horse power meaning a 26bhp rise in power. All this taken into consideration, we see the 675LT hitting 205 miles per hour. Weight reduction tactics have been used and one of these insertions is of course the front splitter which is now made of carbon fibre. A titanium designed exhaust helps cut back on 100kg of weight. The front bumper has been redesigned to make it more dynamic and the full bodywork now comes made from carbon fibre and aluminium.

Inside of the car we can now find the additions of Red and Black bucket style racing seats. The interior cabin is made from Alcantara leather now and the news has been confirmed that five trim levels for the vehicle are set to go on sale.


The 675LT to headline Geneva?

This car is expected to bring in a lot of attention for the super car brand but the big question is will this be McLarens headline act in Switzerland as we also know of the firms plans to reveal their new P1 model aswell.