Bespoke Purple McLaren 675LT Is A Royal British Dream

Beyond being McLaren’s most track-focused variant of the Super Series, the 675LT is undoubtedly the British firm’s meanest and most aggressive looking model, adorned with an array of in-your-face panels and aero elements.

As all 500 units of the hard-top model sold out almost instantly, used examples are now fetching hefty premiums but fortunately for buyers, there are quite a few on the market and this one from Prestige Imports is perhaps the most eye-catching.

It has been painted in a stunning shade dubbed Lantana Purple courtesy of McLaren Special Operations and is unlike any other McLaren we’ve seen. The rich shade appears to really pop in direct sunlight and depending on the viewing angle, offers up hints of blue and pink.

Complementing the paint finish are a plethora of matte carbon fiber components, like the front bumper and winglets, the massive side air intakes, wing mirrors and almost the entire rear fascia. There are also a set of matte black five-spoke wheels and interestingly, bright green brake calipers, offering an interesting contrast to the purple.

With just 292 miles on the clock, the car is essentially brand new and with an asking price of $434,950, it is over $80k more than the model’s MSRP.

Is it worth it? We’ll let you decide.



    to be honest the car has the “meanest and most aggressive look” of a 69 year old down syndrome with Alzheimer’s – babyboomers like Ron Dennis ain’t aging well…

    • Ermal Morina

      you for sure haven’t seen one in real life


        feeling sure of yourself without reason is by definition – insanity

  • Vassilis

    Love the 675. Absolutely hate those reflectors though.

    • CarCzarDesigner

      Yes, McLaren tried turning this into an asset by having the reflects resemble their logo, but it doesn’t enhance the look of the car. You can thank old Uncle Sam “safety regulations” for that.

  • p00pman

    Lime green calipers… would have been perfect with gold metallic calipers, imo

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