The crew at Driving Emotions Motorcar in Toronto recently took delivery of a brand new McLaren 675LT. One of just 500 units being produced, this particular 675LT is unlike any other we’ve seen and has been adorned with a selection of eye-catching components.
For starters, the car has been painted in a simple yet sophisticated shade of white. As with all other 675LTs, the front end is dominated largely with the satin carbon fibre splitter and dive planes. Additionally, the hardcore British mid-engined supercar has been fitted with satin carbon side skirts and a set of satin black wheels with orange brake calipers.
Almost the entire rear-end is finished in carbon fibre and one particularly interesting element about this 675LT is its use of a gloss black rear wing/airbrake rather than a colour matched one like most others. While just a simple styling touch, it has massive effects in making this 675LT stand out.
Inside is bright orange leather bucket seats, a multitude of carbon fibre elements and a titanium roll cage behind the seats.
Of course underpinning the McLaren 675LT is a modified version of the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 powering all other modern cars from the marque. In 675LT guise, it delivers 666 hp.