2019 McLaren 765LT

2019 McLaren 765LT
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The successor to the 675LT is here and it’s better in every aspect

The 2021 McLaren 765LT is the range-topping version of the company’s Super Series family, built around the 720S core model. Essentially a successor to the 675LT, the 2021 765LT is yet another tribute to the McLaren F1 GTR Longtail, a race car fitted with an elongated body for enhanced aerodynamics. The 2021 765LT shares many components with the familiar 720S, but it features a more aggressive aero package with carbon-fiber components, a race-focused interior, and a more powerful engine. As the name suggests, the V-8 engine cranks out 765 PS, which converts to 755 horsepower, 45 more than the regular 720S.

 

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This is What It's Like to Drive the McLaren 765LT on the Track!

This is What It’s Like to Drive the McLaren 765LT on the Track!

The McLaren 765LT is one fun supercar at the track

McLaren is the kind of automaker that builds all of its vehicles with track driving in mind. Whether it’s the entry-level 540C or the wild Senna, they can be unleashed on the track like a full-fledged race car.

But McLaren also makes a handful of sports cars that are aimed at the track more than they are road cars. The 765LT is one of them. A long-tail version of the 720S, the 765LT was designed with numerous track-focused upgrades in mind, including a more powerful V-8 engine. How does it behave on the race track? Well, the folks over at Carfection took it to the iconic Silverstone circuit to find out.

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Surprise - There's More Life In The McLaren 765LT Than We All Thought

Surprise - There’s More Life In The McLaren 765LT Than We All Thought

The McLaren 765LT is quicker than previously claimed!

The McLaren 765LT, the track-focused version of the 720S, was unveiled in early March 2020, a couple of weeks before the world went into lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Come September, and the 765LT is finally going into production, with the first hand-built examples to be delivered by the end of the month. And McLaren’s announcement comes with good news for its customers: the 765LT is a bit quicker than previously claimed.

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2021 McLaren LM 25 Edition by Lanzante

2021 McLaren LM 25 Edition by Lanzante

Lanzante Just Revealed All Six Special Edition McLarens to Celebrate the F1 GTR’s 1996 Le Mans Win

It wasn’t that long ago that British automotive company Lanzante teased the LM25 series of special-edition McLarens that it’s building to celebrate the F1 GTR’s 1996 Le Mans win. Now, we’re finally getting a look at all six models, and these cars are, quite possibly, the best tribute models we’ve ever seen. The company has designed a kit for every McLaren currently available today along with 600LT, which recently went out of production.

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This Front-Engined McLaren 765LT Makes the Ferrari 812 Superfast Feel Sad

This Front-Engined McLaren 765LT Makes the Ferrari 812 Superfast Feel Sad

Would you buy one?

Unlike Ferrari and Lamborghini, McLaren has never built front-engined supercars. The SLR McLaren is an exception, but only because it was a collaboration initiated by Mercedes-Benz. But what if McLaren built cars with the engine placed over the front axle? Instagram’s "j.b.cars" had the same curiosity recently and rendered the familiar 765LT with the engine in the front. And it looks surprisingly cool.

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Instead of Buying a McLaren 765LT, Just Gat a Base 720S and a Porsche 718

Instead of Buying a McLaren 765LT, Just Gat a Base 720S and a Porsche 718

Double the fun with the same amount

McLaren just announced U.S. pricing information for the 765LT, and it costs quite a pretty penny at $358,000. That’s a notable premium over the base 720S, which retails from around $300,000 before options. Needless to say, for the price of 765LT, you can buy a 720S, which is still awesome, and still have enough money for a second sports car, like the Porsche 718.

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2019 McLaren 765LT

2019 McLaren 765LT

The successor to the 675LT is here and it’s better in every aspect

The 2021 McLaren 765LT is the range-topping version of the company’s Super Series family, built around the 720S core model. Essentially a successor to the 675LT, the 2021 765LT is yet another tribute to the McLaren F1 GTR Longtail, a race car fitted with an elongated body for enhanced aerodynamics. The 2021 765LT shares many components with the familiar 720S, but it features a more aggressive aero package with carbon-fiber components, a race-focused interior, and a more powerful engine. As the name suggests, the V-8 engine cranks out 765 PS, which converts to 755 horsepower, 45 more than the regular 720S.

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The 2021 McLaren 765LT - How McLaren Made the 720S Better

The 2021 McLaren 765LT - How McLaren Made the 720S Better

Based on the 720S, but lighter, more powerful, and limited to 765 units

McLaren has unveiled the new 765LT and boy, oh boy, it is one impressive speed machine both from the performance and design perspective.

Just as we anticipated, the 765LT is underpinned by the McLaren 720S, which makes for a formidable platform as we saw it was the case with the Senna. That said, here’s all you need to know about the new McLaren 765LT.

Let’s start with performance, shall we? The McLaren 765LT features the same mid-mounted, twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 as the 720S, but retuned to produce 765 PS (754 horsepower) and 800 Nm (590 pound-feet) of twist.

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