Have you noticed how McLaren unveiled the 675LT at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, but it has yet to take it out for a spin on public roads? Sure, there is the possibility that car paparazzi might have missed it, but that’s pretty unlikely. Whatever the case, the 675LT was just spied testing on Spa Francorchamps (where else, huh?), a sign that the Woking-based crew is still honing the long-tailed version of the 650S. The vehicle spied up close in the pit lane is wearing McLaren’s familiar black-white camouflage, as well as "prototype vehicle" lettering on the side skirts. Nothing surprising here, as McLaren is known to continue testing months after the cars is publicly introduced.

Unfortunately, the four-minute video doesn’t include too much track footage, but there’s plenty of engine noise and lots of details to gaze at as the 675LT sits quietly in the pits. If you’re like me and simply love the 675LT, than this video will keep you busy for a while.

Testing will likely continue for a couple more months, likely alongside the P1 GTR that was spotted earlier in 2015, which means fresh videos should surface on the Interwebz soon.

Of course, nothing would beat a camouflage-free 675LT driven in anger around Belgium’s iconic Formula One track, but I’m not getting my hopes up. McLaren has yet to announce when the sports car will reach its customers, and I have a hunch it won’t happen until the fourth quarter of 2015. For now, enjoy the video and stay tuned for more details.

McLaren 675LT

2016 McLaren 675LT High Resolution Exterior
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Find out more about the McLaren 675LT in our detailed review here.

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