2016 McLaren 675LT Spider Convertible for Sale in Los Angeles, California

2016 McLaren 675LT Spider Convertible

Apart from the P1, what’s the fastest, most powerful car McLaren makes? The 675LT, of course.

Based on the 650S, the 675LT (Long Tail) is a lightweight, track-focused edition of the car it shares the underpinnings with. The legendary Long Tail moniker was taken from the 1997 McLaren F1 GTR, a true racing icon.

What makes this 675LT so special? It’s the Spider version, and it comes with just 94 delivery miles on the clock. So it’s brand new.

The Spider version may lose the Coupe’s hard top, but it hasn’t lost any of the rigidity or structural integrity. If anything, McLaren put in the extra effort to make sure it’s even stiffer than the standard car, so you get the benefit of enjoying all that open air and glorious exhaust notes without any of the drawbacks normally associated with convertibles.

This 2016 McLaren 675LT Spider Goes 203 Miles Per Hour

Speaking of the engine, we have to point out that the 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 the Spider shares with its hard-top cousin still produces 675 horsepower. In other words, the McLaren 675LT is the most powerful production McLaren ever made, apart from the P1 hypercar. Coupled with a state of the art 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, it’s capable of reaching 60 mph in less than 2.9 seconds, and it will go on to a top speed of 203 mph. It’s a truly mind-blowing convertible.

Finished in Titanium paint with a black interior, this 675LT is a jaw-dropping beauty of a convertible. Just look at the thing. It has unrivaled British class with a great dose of menace and aggression. It’s fitted with the McLaren vehicle lift upgrade, 10-spoke wheels, full Alcantara interior, and all the rest of the electronic goodies one associates with McLaren. It’s extremely rare, too. This current example is for sale in Los Angeles, California. Make sure to give us a call for any further inquiries.

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