In the hunting ground in which the McLaren 765LT operates, tenths of a second determine your place in the food chain. All the more reason for McLaren to take a closer look at the performance of the 765LT. The extremist turns out to be faster than expected, and that communicates well!
At what should have been the Geneva Motor Show, McLaren presented the 765LT. That superlative of the 720S, complete with extended stern, has a reared version of the 720S twinturbo 3.8 V8 behind the front seats. That machine delivers 765 hp and 800 Nm in the 765LT, making it considerably more powerful than the 720 hp 720S. McLaren initially reported that the 765LT was capable of sprinting to 200 km / h in 7.2 seconds. A bizarre achievement, of course. Now the carbon fiber-laced 765LT turns out to get that job done a little faster.
According to McLaren, the 765LT is able to hit 200 km / h in exactly 7 counts. In addition, the 765LT appears to be able to fray the ‘quarter-mile sprint’, 402 meters, from a standstill in 9.9 seconds. Whether the potential customer base is running directly to the local McLaren dealer to smash an ability to produce one of the 765 765LTs is of course unlikely. However, it does yield nice trivial news.