McLaren Shows Off 570LT’s Exhaust Ahead Of Official Unveiling

While there’s a brand new McLaren model coming to the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed next month, the official unveiling will thankfully take place sooner, on June 28th, in an online setting.

The car, previously teased at the beginning of June, hinted at a new location for its dual exhausts, which were removed from the diffuser and planted behind the engine cover – sort of like what they did for the Senna.

So if you thought they would go the same route as with the 675LT or the 720S, this latest teaser proves otherwise.

This new model, announced under McLaren’s Track22 business plan, will be driven up the Goodwood Hill Climb for the very first time on Thursday, July 12. It will feature more power, minimized weight, optimized aerodynamics and better driver engagement.

Like the Senna, which is the most recent model revealed by the Woking crew, the 570LT will also be available in limited numbers, making it the most exclusive Sports Series model to date.

As for the previous teaser (check out the video), McLaren talks about how “the edge is calling”, which suggests that we’ll be dealing with a really extreme car, one that could actually produce upwards of the 570 horses found on the 570S.

If that turns out to be true, then its name, which has yet to be confirmed by the way, might just turn into 585LT or 595LT. At this point, we wouldn’t rule anything out.

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