McLaren 675LT Spider with Minimal Changes Heading to Stores

Spying cars is fun and the latest model to get caught in the keen eyes of a photographer is the McLaren 675LT Spider.

The car is scheduled for a 2016 launch and obviously the automobile manufacturer likes to keep it a secret until the official reveal. Even though, the spy shots have revealed the car in all its glory without any camouflage on top of it, there is no word on its official specification. All that could be done at the moment is keep guessing some of its features and drool on the amazing yet conventional design the manufacturer has come up with.


McLaren has confirmed that the 675LT Spider has been scheduled for an official launch in 2016. With hardly months to go, the company has already started trial driving the vehicle in public and from the looks of it, the design stands true to the name the brand has earned through years of dedicated product development. The Spider has a sleek appearance with a low height and has sharp headlights which converge into their grille design. However, for those who have already had the chance to drive these vehicles or have owned a previous model, this will hardly look different.

The upcoming vehicle will sport a total weight of 1,230 kilograms. The weight is much lesser because of the carbon fiber chassis and lightweight body that has been used to construct the McLaren Spider. By shaving off the extra weight, the designers have managed to make the vehicle faster and more stable on the road, even at its top speed.

Inside sources claimed that the car will be powered by a 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 engine which will deliver an impressive 666bhp. It can easily accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds, definitely a speed range that will make enthusiasts extremely happy. The maximum speed of the car is 200 miles per hour.


While in terms of design, the McLaren 675LT Spider looks very conventional and similar to other products launched in the past, it does feature a brand new bumper which has been reshaped to look sharper while the rear has been made to look like a long tail. You can drool a bit on the bunch of pictures that we have gathered of the Spider until the car gets launched next year, in any of the top motor shows around the world.

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