The 675LT will join McLaren’s P1 GTR, a multimillion-pound track-only hybrid hypercar , in debuting at the eagerly anticipated Geneva show.
Referencing the modern-classic F1 GTR “Longtail” racer, the 675LT is available only as a hardtop coupe.
It features numerous aerodynamic upgrades, ensuring it becomes the most powerful model in what McLaren is billing as its “Super Series”, which includes the 650S and Asia-only 625C.
The 675LT takes its name from the power output derived from its 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine in PS – a figure that translates to a devilish 666bhp.
Better known as a Formula One team, McLaren has designed high-end road sports cars since 1989.
The Geneva Motor Show will run from 5th – 15th March.