McLaren 570LT Teased With Revised Rear Fascia

McLaren has just released a clip previewing the long-awaited 570LT, the hardcore model in the popular Sports Series range.

Dubbed ‘The edge is calling,’ the brief video offers a momentary glimpse of the vehicle’s revised rear fascia. Gone are the dual exhausts exiting from either side of the rear diffuser and instead, they aren’t visible at all in the teaser. Consequently, it is reasonable to assume that they will be located in a similar place to the 675LT.

Elsewhere, the teaser shows a more pronounced carbon fiber rear diffuser and an aerodynamic fin directly behind the rear wheels.

Production will probably be limited.

On the McLaren website, the marque is offering budding buyers the chance to register their interest for the new model. Additionally, the site offers a hint of the vehicle’s focus towards uncompromised performance.

“Brace yourself for that moment. When it’s just you. The car. Raw and uncompromised. Calling you. Total focus. Pure adrenaline. This is the moment to push yourself. To the very edge,” McLaren says.

It remains to be seen what the LT variant of the 570S will be called but horsepower is expected to be lifted towards the 600 hp mark. A name like 595LT or 585LT sounds pretty good to us.

Alongside the engine modifications, the vehicle is expected to benefit from a selection of new lightweight components and parts design to optimize downforce. Tweaks will also be made to the vehicle’s suspension and braking systems to ensure it offers the purest driving experience possible.

Stay tuned for more details about the 570LT as its world premiere inches closer.

  • RDS Alphard

    Hopefully it has spoiler, or something to fix the lack of downforce at high speed; I wonder where the exhaust went?

    • Some ol’ bloke

      I’d say one on either side at the top.

  • Belthronding

    isn’t it early to reveal that over 570s?
    by the way pls make exhaust as same as 675LT, one of the sexiest exhaust on the planet by far.

  • They could have made a killer here, small car with downforce and extra power, should be agile.

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