Now if you think your bank balance is enough for you to book a McLaren 675LT Spider right away, you are in for a jolt: All units have already been sold out within just two weeks of the car's unveiling.
Yes, you heard it right. All 500 units of the roofless version of the McLaren 675LT, which was unveiled in the first week of December, have been sold out. The Spyder version, which comes with a whopping 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine from the coupe sibling that develops 666bhp delivered at 7,100rpm and 700Nm available between 5,000-6,500rpm gets seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The McLaren 675LT features a sportier exterior with extended front splitter, carbon-fibre door sills and pronounced side intake. At the rear, the lightweight titanium crossover twin exhausts are placed below the active longtail airbrake which is 50% larger than other Super Series models.
The interior comes with Alcantara leather and carbon-fibre, used extensively. A pair of carbon-fibre-shelled racing seats saves a combined 15kg, and has "675LT" embossed on it. The Spyder version is heavier by 40kg, due to the mechanism that retracts the three-piece roof. McLaren claims a 0-100kmph time of 2.9 seconds, which is just 0.2 second behind the coupe's sibling.
While it is quite impossible for us to get our hand on the new 675LT Spider, McLaren has released a promo video featuring Bruno Senna. Take a look!