- First customer deliveries of the McLaren 765LT in Poland
- Initial three cars showcase MSO options, resplendent in Volcano Yellow, Volcano Orange and Paris Blue
- McLaren 765LT is lighter and more powerful, enhancing performance and driver engagement on both road and track
Automotive enthusiasts in Poland will now be able to catch a glimpse of the new McLaren 765LT on the road as the first customer deliveries of the latest Longtail have been made. The first three customers of the sold out 765LT Coupé placed their orders at the time of the global launch last year to ensure they received their cars in time for the summer track day season.
All three cars have also been specified with a range of options from McLaren Special Operations, which specialises in both defined and bespoke personalisation of McLaren cars. This includes the striking paint colours of Volcano Yellow, Volcano Orange and Paris Blue. The latter of the trio adds a further flourish of MSO content that includes the MSO Clubsport Pro Pack, featuring Super-Lightweight Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Track Brake Upgrade and MSO Defined Satin Finish Carbon Fibre Air Vents. It also showcases the MSO Black Pack which underlines the 765LT’s uncompromised look with black finishing elements on exterior items including the front splitter, reap bumper and diffuser, air intakes, side skirts and door mirror casings. Completing the look, this car has been also equipped with the MSO Defined Gloss Finish Visual Carbon Fibre Hood and MSO Defined Visual Carbon Fibre Active Rear Spoiler among others. Displayed together they showcase MSO’s realisation of each customer’s vision for their own – one of 765 individually numbered – McLaren 765LTs.
“The McLaren 765LT stands for driver engagement, minimised weight, track-focused dynamics, optimised aerodynamics, increased power and limited to the happy few. And we believe it is the perfect car to further personalise and highlight some specific parts of its design. These three McLaren 765LTs in Poland are all unique, customer inspired designs realised with the full support of McLaren Special Operations. Providing the tools to our customers to design, develop and create their own unique interpretation of the McLaren 765LT, MSO is able to make our customers realise their vision of the perfect McLaren.”
Bastian Luehmann, Market Director – Central Europe
“Delivering the first three 765LTs into the Polish market with such distinctive and exceptional specifications fills us with pride. Not only is this one of the most exciting cars that McLaren has produced, but the almost limitless possibilities offered by MSO has enabled us to focus on offering our customers the opportunity to realise their dreams. Being part of this journey; seeing the different development stages and sharing these special moments with our customers is a genuine privilege.”
Maksymilian Fus, McLaren Warszawa Sales Manager.
Lighter, more powerful and with even higher levels of performance on both road and track, the McLaren 765LT debuted in Poland last summer. The model’s first public appearance marked McLaren Warsaw’s second anniversary, and the opening of the retailer’s pop-up showroom in the city centre.
A comprehensive engineering programme of weight reduction has resulted in the superlight 765LT tipping the scales at 80kg lighter than the already class-leading 720S. The 765LT’s bespoke aerodynamics features carbon fibre panels manufactured for the first time at the McLaren Composites Technology Centre in the Sheffield area, plus a ‘Longtail’ active rear wing. The combination of light weight (1,229kg at minimum dry weight) and the extreme power and torque of the 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 McLaren engine – 765PS and 800Nm respectively – underpins the incredible acceleration of the 765LT. As well as a sub-three second 0-60mph and 0-100km/h performance, the new LT is capable of reaching 200km/h (124mph) from standstill in just 7.0 seconds and covering a standing quarter-mile (400m) in 9.9 seconds.
The McLaren 765LT was offered to customers in Poland from a starting price point of €402,500.