McLaren's 675LT is sold out
You\'re out of luck if you wanted a McLaren 675LT.
It's only two months removed from the McLaren 675LT's world debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but the British automaker has already sold out the entire production run of its heritage-inspired super car.
McLaren spokesman Wayne Bruce confirmed to Autoblog earlier on Friday that all 500 units of the 675LT's planned production run have been spoken for. Bruce added that half of all 675LT buyers are new to the McLaren brand.
Although not cheap with an asking price of £259,500 (which converts to about $401,000), 675LT buyers are getting a heck of a machine. Powered by McLaren's 3.8L twin-turbocharged V8, the 675LT develops a stout 666 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Those figures net a 0-60 time in less than three-seconds and a top speed of 205mph.
Although a thoroughly modern machine, the LT, which stands for "Longtail,” is a throw back to the F1 GT McLaren produced in 1997. The rarest of all F1 models, McLaren built just three examples of its F1 GT Longtail for road use.
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