The primary consumer-ordered examples of the new McLaren 765LT at the moment are being hand-assembled on the McLaren manufacturing Centre in Woking, UK.
Deliveries of the new McLaren ‘Longtail’ – the maximum intense McLaren great collection version up to now – will start at the end of this month. Just 765 personally-numbered cars could be supplied globally to patron order with 2020 manufacturing fully allotted and expressions of interest far exceeding overall manufacturing.
The McLaren 765LT contains all the renowned McLaren LT attributes, consisting of motive force engagement, minimised weight, track-targeted dynamics, optimised aerodynamics and elevated power. A complete engineering programme of weight loss has resulted within the superlight 765LT tipping the scales at 80kg* lighter than the already magnificient-main 720S.
The 765LT’s bespoke aerodynamics features carbon fibre panels manufactured for the first time on the McLaren Composites era Centre inside the Sheffield location, plus a ‘Longtail’ energetic rear wing. The mixture of the mild weight (1,229kg at minimum dry weight) and the intense electricity and torque of the 4.0-litre, dual-turbocharged V8 McLaren engine – 765PS and 800Nm respectively – underpins the top notch acceleration of the 765LT.
In addition to the expected sub-3 second zero-60mph and zero-100km/h overall performance, the brand new LT is able to accomplishing 200km/h (124mph) from standstill in only 7.0 seconds – 0.2 seconds beforehand of target.
Standing quarter-mile (400m) acceleration is similarly wonderful at 9.9 seconds – again, better than expectancies. The first examples of automobiles particular with the aid of McLaren special Operations (MSO) are being shared with clients.
Running to its set up precept of usually pushing the artwork of the viable, MSO have created some modern and complex paint strategies which showcase a whole new degree of personalisation possibilities. The Strata subject matter unveils a completely unique, graphical ‘artwork in motion’ paint scheme, inspired via a city skyline and realised in a 3-shade design requiring 390 hours of hand portray and finishing.
Strata’s Azores orange base colour is fused with Memphis red and Cherry black, the two overlay hues going for walks via the paint scheme in opposite guidelines to fulfil and blend at the panels of the 765LT’s dihedral doors.
McLaren 765LT technical specification –
|Engine configuration||M840T engine, 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, 3994cc|
|Drivetrain layout||Longitudinal mid-engined, RWD|
|Power PS (bhp/kW) @ rpm||765 (755/563) @ 7,500rpm|
|Torque Nm (lb ft) @ rpm||800 (590) @ 5,500rpm|
|Transmission||7 Speed SSG. Comfort, Sport and Track modes|
|Chassis||Carbon fibre MonoCage II monocoque, with aluminium front and rear crash structures|
|Suspension||Independent adaptive dampers, dual aluminium wishbones, Proactive Chassis Control II (PCC II). Comfort, Sport and Track modes|
|Brakes||Carbon Ceramic Discs (F: 390mm R: 380mm) with forged aluminium brake calipers (6-piston front Monobloc; 4-piston rear)|
|Wheels (inches)||Front: 9J x 19; Rear: 11J x 20|
|Tyres||LT Pirelli P-ZERO™ Trofeo R tyres|
Front: 245/35/R19 93Y (XL); Rear: 305/30/R20 103Y (XL)
|Length, mm (inches)||4,600 (181)|
|Wheelbase, mm (inches)||2,670 (105)|
|Height, mm (inches)||1,193 (47)|
|Width, with mirrors, mm (inches)||2,161 (85)|
|Width, mirrors folded, mm (inches)||2,059 (81)|
|Width, without mirrors, mm (inches)||1,930 (76)|
|Track (to contact patch centre), mm (inches)|
|Front: 1,656 (65); Rear: 1,617 (64)|
|Lightest dry weight, kg (lbs)||1,229 (2,709)|
|DIN kerbweight, kg (lbs) [fluids + 90% fuel]||1,339 (2,952)|
|US curbweight, lbs (kg) [fluids + 100% fuel]||2,963 (1,344)|
|Luggage capacity||Front: 150l; Rear: 210l|
|Ramp Angle, degrees (with vehicle lift)||6.93° (8.88°)|
|0 -97km/h (0-60mph)||2.7 seconds|
|0-100km/h (0-62mph)||2.8 seconds|
|0-200km/h (0-124mph)||7.0 seconds|
|0-300km/h (0-186mph)||18.0 seconds|
|0-400m / ¼ mile||9.9 seconds|
|Maximum Speed||330km/h (205mph)|
|200-0km/h (124mph–0) braking, metres (ft)||108 (354)|
|100–0km/h (62mph–0) braking, metres (ft)|
|29.5 m (96.8)|
|CO2 emissions (NEDC/WLTP)||280|
|Fuel consumption (EU/WLTP)|
|Fuel consumption, US mpg|
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