It may have been sold out in no time, but McLaren isn’t letting the the 675LT spider, which was officially unveiled over the web earlier this month, fade away.
Woking’s latest supercar is the subject of a new video, showing Brazilian racing driver Bruno Senna (nephew of the late Ayrton) taking it out for a few spins on the track and the road and giving his impressions on what people should expect before getting behind the wheel.
The roadster version of the McLaren 675LT is the fourth addition to McLaren’s lineup this year, after the two Sports Series and the track-only P1 GTR, and it will be put together in just 500 units, each priced from $372,600 (€341,144).
It is powered by the same 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 as the Coupe, which is rated at 675PS (666hp) and 700Nm (516lb-ft) of torque. Reaching 100km/h (62mph) from a standstill takes just 2.9 seconds, making it a tenth of a second faster the Ferrari 488 Spider, and top speed stands at 326 km/h (203 mph).
The public debut of the 675LT Spider will be made in March at the Geneva Motor Show and deliveries will start next summer.