2016 Mclaren 675LT Spider
|Odometer reading||3,045 miles|
- Presented in launch colours unique to the 675LT Spider
- Production limited to just 500 examples
- Recent McLaren Service in February this year
Debuted at Geneva in March 2016, the McLaren 675LT was a more than a worthy successor to McLaren’s F1 GTR Longtail, the model that served as the ultimate evolution of the 1995 Le Mans-winning F1 GTR. Delivering impressive aerodynamics, increased power output and a decidedly track-focused character, the 675LT is claimed by McLaren to produce 40% more downforce than the 650S, with aerodynamic wizardry including a lightweight active air brake. As the lightest car in its rarefied class, the 675LT boasts an incredible power-to-weight ratio with its twin-turbocharged, V8 engine delivering a 666hp rating and stunning acceleration all the way up to 205mph. The 675LT Spider offered open-air enjoyment with production limited to 500 examples.
Registered on 7th January 2017 and presented in the launch colour of Solis Metallic which is specific to the 675LT Spider and not even available on the 675LT coupé, this stunning example has been owned and cherished by our private vendor. The car was specified with MSO bespoke interior in Crema leather, indeed making this a unique combination which, frankly, stops traffic.
Other options when new include MSO louvered body coloured front wings, carbon fibre side intakes, electric heated leather seats, vehicle lifting, parking sensors and reversing camera, branded floor mats, fitted car cover, lithium ion battery charger, vehicle tracker and half body paint protection film.
Forming part of a small private collection, this car is described, rightfully, as immaculate.
Supplied with the original order form, a full McLaren service history and having covered just 3,045 miles, this car was most recently serviced was by McLaren Leeds in February of this year. The pinnacle of McLaren’s Super Series and repeatedly voted the best car, McLaren have proved the 675LT is the ultimate driver’s car, developing 666bhp with incredible handling characteristics to match. This is tipped to be one of the most collectable cars that McLaren have ever produced.
Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the description and condition of each lot prior to the sale. Buyers are advised to inspect the car in person or use a professional to carry out this service.